Law is particularly proud of her final design project, which is grounded in her interest in sustainability. “My upbringing [she is the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost] made me a very inquisitive person,” she says. “I was always encouraged to ask questions and try new things out – this has really come through in my art and textiles.” The dress she has crafted is made from recycled sari silks that she stripped and turned into yarn before naturally dyeing and knotting it together. “I didn’t think of a pattern, I just freestyled it,” Law explains. “Creating the material was easy, as I love the process of weaving fabrics I’ve repurposed, but it took me nine hours to do the comprehensive knotting”
If Law isn’t wearing vintage or pieces procured from the shoots she takes part in – “I love getting my hands on anything I can” – she’s dressed in clothes she colours herself. She’s a dab hand at foraging plant-based products that will hold the hue as well as their synthetic counterparts. “Red cabbage is my favourite,” she divulges. “Berries, paprika and tea are also great.”
The creatives (she won’t name names) who populated her home when she was in her early teens inspired her to pursue fashion as a career. Have her parents’ circle served up any sage words of wisdom? “Do what I do to the fullest,” states Law. She still lives with her mother in west London but, after a summer spent relaxing, she’s going to start saying yes to the labels queuing up to work with her. “I’m very lucky to be approached by prestige brands and you'll see me in some exciting projects soon,” she teases. Her burgeoning portfolio will no doubt inspire her own work as a budding designer. Will we see a raspberry-dyed version of the slips she covets from Frost's twenties wardrobe, we wonder?