|Mark Eley, Wakako Kishimoto|
|Products||Textile - Apparel clothing|
Eley Kishimoto, is a British fashion and design company founded in 1992 by Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto. The London-based company is primarily known for its print design. The principal commercial activity of the company is womenswear fashion and accessories.
In the mid-1990s the partnership created their first womenswear collection and exhibit a catwalk collection each season at London Fashion week.
The company has also created numerous products to display their print designs, such as wallpaper, furniture and furnishing fabrics, glassware and crockery. The company also operates in areas usually ignored by fashion designers including the automotive industry, architecture, phone/computer technology and packaging, and artist and gallery collaborations.
In 2008, Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto were appointed as creative directors of French-based fashion house Cacharel.