top of page

Finchittida Finch is a Lao-British Artist, Designer, Curator & Creative Director with a focus on embodiment and nature through textiles, fashion, jewellery, fruit-carving, writing & movement.

She led the creative direction for her eponymous jewellery brand 'Finchittida', which specialised in statement pieces championing Lao culture & self-empowerment. The brand was known for its audacious aesthetics & altruistic attitude.

​As the daughter of a Lao refugee & working-class Londoner, Finchittida advocates for social & environmental justice. She was a mentor at the Southbank Centre's annual WOW Festival [Women Of The World] & in 2014 gave the TEDx Talk; 'Why having a purpose is sexy as hell!'

In 2018 she was awarded the notable Burberry Design Scholarship for

MA Jewellery & Metal at the Royal College of Art.

A strong believer in the healing power of creativity & cross-cultural collaborations, Finchittida's work includes styling Khmer music artist & cultural pioneer Laura Mam in Cambodia, 'Laid To Rest' a solo exhibition in Japan, co-founding 'Crucible' during the 2020 pandemic; a global BIPOC vessel for creativity & co-directing SEASON; a London-based gallery at the intersection of art, jewellery, community & nature.

Finchittida teaches Daoist Flow, a movement practice combining somatic movement, qigong & yoga with Daoist philosophy. She has lectured at the Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins & Goldsmiths, University of London.

Finchittida's clients include FKA twigs, Cleo Sol, Ashanti, Alexandra Leese, Nike, ASOS, Urban Outfitters, WAH Nails & Warner Bros.

 

Get in touch to discuss:

Creative Direction, Consulting, Curation & Collaborations

finchittida @ gmail.com

 

Finchittida is based in London.

bottom of page