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100% Design at London Olympia

100% Design at London Olympia

Amazing Rug Designer has showcased our collaboration, a rug I designed based on one of my paintings- a portrait of Gok Wan and 3 samples at London Olympia today for 100% DESIGN show. Thank you! it’s looking great. Available through...

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Prints of Gok Wan available now

Prints of Gok Wan available now

Daniela has just released new limited edition prints of Gok Wan, a world renown¬† TV presenter/ stylist and fashion designer who kindly participated in Daniela’s project¬† ‘Progress not Perfection’. They will be signed by both her and Gok Wan himself. The prints are available to order now via info@danielaraytchev.com. Percentage of sales will be donated to B-eat (charity helping people affected by eating disorders), for which Daniela has been chosen to be their Selected Artist for...

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Women in Trade magazine interview

Women in Trade magazine interview

Quite recently I got in touch with this new amazing publication- Women in Trade magazine. It is stylish independent publication and the first tradeswomen-focused magazine in the UK; it simply exists to enrich lives with articles covering wellbeing, life, spotlight, coaching, self & interviews with inspirational women. I was very pleased to meet amazing team behind a great article that they publish to inspire and empower women around the world. Even more so I was touched when we agreed to an interview about the project ‘Progress not Perfection’ I have been working on, that resulted in a great feature in their new AW15 issue. It was a pleasure to work with them and I am very excited to read the rest of the magazine as well as many more future issues. Thank you! To view the article please click here....

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‘Progress not Perfection’ coming soon

‘Progress not Perfection’ coming soon

I feel so grateful to be able to do this project, share my story, work with some amazing people who I have painted who are wise, kind and remarkably inspirational. At the end of the day, we are all the same, all of us started from the little room with the curtains closed. Accepting my illness gave me the greatest gift of getting to know myself. And growing up into the person I always aspired to be just never knew how. If all of the participants and I did it, anyone can. Please follow this link to read a full article I wrote for B-Eat...

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