Sophie has an exquisite archive of antique and vintage textile designs for sale. She is also a colour and fabric consultant for fashion designers and textile mills.


Sophie Roet works with fashion designers and textile mills, creating exclusive colour ranges and sourcing unusual, innovative textiles to inspire original designs.

CURATOR OF TEXTILE ARCHIVE: For over 20 years, Sophie has curated an exquisite archive of antique and vintage textiles, some of which are for sale. Included in the collection are rare and unusual woven, printed and embellished designs as well as original 19th century artworks for lace and ribbons. She has collaborated with a select group of international clients including Louis Vuitton, Celine, Burberry, Lanvin, Tom Ford, Cartier, Balmain, Christian Louboutin, Victoria Beckham and Christopher Kane.

COLOUR AND TEXTILE CONSULTANT: Sophie has worked as a colour and textile consultant for the most prestigious textile mills in Europe including Lanificio F.lli Cerruti and Cotonifico Albini. She also prepares exclusive colour ranges for luxury fashion houses and ready-to-wear labels.

ART DIRECTION: Inspirational forecasting and trend research are an integral part of Sophie’s work. Each season she research and styles fabric reports with colour ranges for Textile View magazine. Sophie began her career at Studio Edelkoort in Paris as a stylist and textile designer for Trend Union and View on Colour magazine.

TEXTILE DESIGNER: Sophie’s original textiles are held in collections worldwide including the permanent collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and the Berlin Technic Museum.
She has collaborated with State et Combier in Lyon and RB Enterprises in Kolkata to design exclusive textile collections which were purchased by designers such as Alexander McQueen, Marni, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein and John Galliano.

Born in Australia and educated in London, Sophie graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1995 with a degree in woven textile design.