Otis Batterbee's fascination for design comes from his family's rich history in fashion. The family factory in London's East End kept stores such as Harrods and Liberty stocked with the latest fashions from the 60's to the 90's, working with designers du jour such as Ossie Clarke and Issey Miyake.
After learning to pattern-cut on the factory floor in the school holidays, and fired-up by his families design background, Otis went on to study fashion at Central Saint Martin's School of Art & Design. In 2009 he launched his eponymous label with a collection of stylish wash bags. Today the brand creates a full range of accessories from it's London studio.