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A B O U T   U S


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HELLO EMU is a colourful fashion and accessory brand creating fun

and quirky goodies for both you and your loved ones.

Based in the Cotswolds, HELLO EMU strives for creativity and adaptability for all customers. All of our products are handmade to order and therefore completely customisable by you! We have a lot of options to choose from, including size, colour, patterns, metal details and whatever else you can think of.

If you would like something we haven't included just drop us a message

and we can work on creating your perfect product!

Because of the handmade, slow-made model we work on, each product may take up to 7 working days to make so please allow for this when ordering. If you needed your item quicker just drop us a message and we can arrange this with you before you order!


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Hi! I'm Emma, otherwise known as Emu.

I am a mixed media and textiles designer, crafter and plant-loving southerner, who has an obsession with pastel colours and quirky prints. You can normally find me creating new earring designs in my home-studio in Gloucester, or working on new patterns with my head of knitwear (my wonderful mum) in my knitting studio in Cheltenham.

I have been interested in fashion and design since a young age, with my education and career always being focused on this. I graduated from Manchester School of Art in 2018 with a 1st Class Honours in Textiles in Practice, and ever since have dreamed of starting my own business doing what I love.

This is how HELLO EMU was born.


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Here at HELLO EMU, we strive to be as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible.

We try to create as little waste as possible and re-use where we can. All of our products are handmade and slow-made to try to counteract fast fashion. A lot of care is taken to create as high standards as possible, therefore our products should last you years!


We have taken great care to ensure that our packaging is either reused or recyclable. All cardboard and paper can be recycled, and if plastic is ever used (which is very rarely and as sparingly as possible) it is either sourced from orders we receive or high street stores who would otherwise throw it away.

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