Sarah Campbell is a printed textile designer who with her friend Susan Collier started Collier Campbell in the 1960s. They rose to fame when in the 70s when their textile designs were used by Yves Saint Lauren. They went on to work with Liberty, Habitat and the Conran Shop.  After the death of Collier in 2011 Campbell sold the business and started her own brand. All of the Collier Campbell and Sarah Campbell designs begin as paintings. The colour palettes are very bright and originally would have been printed using traditional screen print methods. Because of the number of colours used they would have been expensive to print. The Collier Campbell brand continues to be marketed on its hand painted designs although from the colour palettes and mark making it is possible that some are now digitally printed.

She sells her own designs as well as hand made artefacts created using her textiles.