Knitted with meaning: Nielanell collections are developed through an artistic attitude to design
With an approach to colour inspired by Anni Albers, this collection is a tribute to the conversations and discussion we have with friends.
The work of Scottish artist Karlyn Sutherland is reinterpreted by Niela Nell Kalra, in knit. Graphic, sophisticated and drapey pieces in charcoal and stone white.
Lightweight, flowing and gently textured knit. Saand is the Shetland word for sand and this finely knit collection is inspired by the large-grained sand on the beach in Hoswick, home to Nielanell.
The Hindi word for Queen, Rani has its roots in an exploration of the meaning of 'home'. This question is answered through deconstructed Fair Isle, which is knitted together with references to Niela Nell Kalra's multicultural background.
Animal 'print' meets fine knit. Smooth and luxurious, this sophisticated collection in reverse-jacquard, pure merino wool makes a refined but bold statement. Distinctive, limited edition, colour combinations make choosing your colour a pleasure in itself.
The original Nielanell collection, and still our bestseller today. Softly ridged, squishy knit in an ever changing range of colours. Your colour is waiting!
The Nielanell take on the Fair Isle jumper. Traditional all-over patterning, with neat additions of a stand-up neck and storm cuffs. Available in very limited edition colours. A modern classic.
The idea of borders, both natural and manmade, is investigated in this colourful collection of interesting garments—with inspiration from Niela Nell Kalra's Indian heritage and her home in the Shetland Islands.
A response to the idea of deep time, in knit. This design came about after a visit to archaeological dig at the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney, and seeing stones incised with linear markings during the Neolithic era.