So I thought I'd share this absolutely beautiful image of the textile that seems to be all over the runway. Happy Friday!
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I know I've told you about Source4Style in the past. But for those of you who don't remember I'll do a quick recap. S4S is the premier B2B online marketplace that allows designers to search and source more sustainable materials from a network of global suppliers. I should mention that I'm a big fan so I [...]
While sitting on my couch, sipping tea, and allowing my mind to wander, I was reminded of one of my favorite design books, Extreme Beauty: The Body Transformed. I bought it years ago at the MET after visiting the museum and checking out an exhibit of the same name. It's one of those books that I [...]
Hello Everyone. I hope you have been enjoying a wonderful turkey-induced long weekend, as I have. In light of the mini vacation we are all having, I'm not going to go on and on about any topic today. I have however come across something really cool that I would like to share with you, the [...]
Ok, so apparently if you want to attend a textile show in the month of February, you have to go to France. While I'm not opposed this idea, I think most of us will be stateside so I'm going to concentrate on the March Shows. Have you registered yet? March 2011: 15th- 17th Techtextil North [...]
I was looking at my copy of the latest Eco Textile News and was reminded show season is coming up again. Here are just a few global textile shows coming up in January. Are you going? To which ones? Please feel free to comment with additional shows you feel are worth mentioning. January 2011: 12th [...]
Just a reminder: TexWorld USA registration in New York is open! Looking to source fabric for next season? Who's going?
Hi Folks. I was introduced to this amazing video recently and couldn't wait to pass it along. Water soluble fabrics are used to create garments. What a fantastic experiment of chemistry and fashion. The point? To get us thinking about the materials we use and what happens to them when we've decided we're done. Take [...]
Just thought I'd share this fantastic use of textiles in the recent contest: Reconstruction 2.0, where Parson's School of Design students deconstructed and reconstructed discarded press samples from Louis Vuitton's Spring/Summer 2010 collection. Their mission to create wearable art. Mission accomplished, don't ya think? Wanna see more? Check out this slide show on ecouterre.
So, yes, it's wool week. Interesting. I have to say I really didn't have any inkling of the existence of the Campaign for Wool until I stumbled upon an article on the British Vogue website. Apparently, the campaign was started by the Prince of Whales in January of this year to educate people on the [...]