Faye Toogood (1977-) is one of the most multifaceted talents in contemporary British design. His works range from the fashion sector to the furniture sector, passing through interior design, in an irregular path that begins with a degree in Art History at the University of Bristol and then continues as a stylist at the renowned magazine " The World of Interiors” published by Condé Nast until culminating in the opening of his own studio in 2008. Both his clothes and his furnishings bear the mark of a pure aesthetic, based on ecru colours, imperfect materials and solid sculptural forms , capable of giving life to placid and contemplative environments, with an almost sacred touch. Most of her creations are marketed directly by herself through the T-O-O-G-O-O-D brand; among them the ubiquitous Roly Poly armchair stands out, a real piece of furniture-symbol of the design of the early 20s of our century. Roly Poly is also produced under license by Driade in a plastic version, while other brands Faye Toogood has collaborated with are cc-Tapis, Hem, Pease Wait to Be Seated and Bitossi Ceramiche.