XBOX and international hotel firm The Hoxton Group are just two of the new contracts being celebrated by a Dunfermline-based textile company.

Kalopsia Collective, which specialises in the design and manufacturing of sustainable bespoke clothing and homeware, has marked its tenth anniversary with a series of successes.

Having upgraded from a 1,000 sq ft studio in Leith to a 8,000 sq fit warehouse in Gardeners Street in 2021, owners Nina Falk and Adam Robertson are now looking forward to creating a further three roles in their business.

The premises was officially opened by Princess Anne, president of the UK Fashion & Textile Association (UKFT), earlier this year.

Kalopsia was named Ethical Green Business of the Year 2019 and Made in Scotland Manufacturer 2018-2019 also offers an 'Assemble' service using fabric provided by clients to produce white label accessories, including ties, bags, dresses and cushions.

Clients already include the V&A Dundee, Royal Academy of Arts, Bauhus, Harris Tweed, Halley Stevenson, and Kitt McCall, with Xbox recently commissioning hats, bags, and accessories working alongside Gordon Nicolson Kiltmakers.

The 'Assemble' products have been worn by many well-known faces including the broadcaster and historian David Attenborough, Claudia Schiffer, Little Mix band members and former First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

Adam and Nina are currently working towards gaining £100k in investment through their Kalopsia Collective Bonds which will allow them to continue running their student placement programme with the Fashion Technology department at Heriot-Watt University.

The couple will be speaking at the networking event, Love Your Business at Black Ivy Hotel in Bruntsfield, Edinburgh on Thursday, April 27.

Adam said: "We are delighted to be able to celebrate our 10th anniversary with the opening of our new premises in Fife, officially by Princess Anne, which was such a fantastic opportunity to celebrate our industry and our new space.

"Being eight times bigger than our studio in Leith, it means we can create even more sustainable local employment opportunities to help us deliver contracts for clients like Xbox and Harris Tweed and allow us to continue to grow the UK’s textile manufacturing infrastructure, whilst driving forward our mission to reducing textile waste and ensuring that the circular economy is embedded in everything we do.

"Being invited to talk at Love Your Business will give us a great opportunity to share our journey so far, our sustainable goals and exciting plans for the future."