Sophie Allport was brought up in Potterhanworth, just outside Lincoln, with her brother Jem.
She was at school in the city and later went to Leeds Metropolitan University where she graduated in 1994 with an impressive first class honours degree in Graphic Art and Design, specialising in illustration. This year Sophie Allport introduced her equestestrian collection.
Inspired by the beauty of the horse and the British traditional cottage style, Allport introduces a nice set of equestrian printed products.
Perfect for all equestrian fans, the Horses collection features jumping and trotting horses on a neutral, pale stone background.
There’s a lovely collection of fine bone china mugs plus kitchen linens, lampshades, cushions, bags and a wide range of children’s products.


Question remains, is this a must have?

The offer exceeds the d printed Everyday Bag, Rucksack or cool back are splendid.
They are perfect to combine for every day activities as well as on in the equestrian scene.
Although the design look slightly classic, the colour combination with the use of fabrics, make it an everyday fashionable item.


Nice details

Although the design is nicely adjusted to the contemporary standard, it remains a sort of British Heritage design, that doesn’t really shout out “innovation”.
Despite Sophie Allport’s eye for detail makes her print and products contemporary.
Small details like the print ‘trot on’ with Allport’s signature in the mug’s or the shadow on the horses leg’s … al small details that make this collection interesting to discover.emand for this collection.
The equestrian enthousiast has no need of horse printed mugs or horses ironing board cover. Nevertheless the horse


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