Monthly Archives: May 2012

May 30th: FASHION TO DIE FOR >> event

Will be helping Dr. Emma Neuberg from the slow textiles group at this event; sounds amazing. For those not in the London area, you can join in via webinar! Here the blurb taken from the event website: >> Slow Studio

May 30th: FASHION TO DIE FOR >> event

Will be helping Dr. Emma Neuberg from the slow textiles group at this event; sounds amazing. For those not in the London area, you can join in via webinar! Here the blurb taken from the event website: >> Slow Studio

Book Launch: Lucy+Jorge Orta and Kate Fletcher

Kate Fletcher’s last book basically is the reason I am where I am today. I was in Indonesia trying to build my sustainable label Anglindo  and read that book to death: it gave me many insights, including the one on

Book Launch: Lucy+Jorge Orta and Kate Fletcher

Kate Fletcher’s last book basically is the reason I am where I am today. I was in Indonesia trying to build my sustainable label Anglindo  and read that book to death: it gave me many insights, including the one on

Transformational Thinking and Practice : Field Day @ Centre for Sustainable Fashion, LCF

Yesterday alongside a few other MA Fashion&the Environment Students, who were also assisting in research event, we attended  Transformational Thinking and Practice. It started with a meditation exersize and was followed by talks from LCF professors explaining their work and

Transformational Thinking and Practice : Field Day @ Centre for Sustainable Fashion, LCF

Yesterday alongside a few other MA Fashion&the Environment Students, who were also assisting in research event, we attended  Transformational Thinking and Practice. It started with a meditation exersize and was followed by talks from LCF professors explaining their work and

Patrick Keiller Exhbition at Tate Britain London

On our way to the “Banana Theory” launch event at Chelsea (see below), we Thalia and I popped into Tate Britain and checked out the Patrick Keiller exhibit. The way the space was curated kept was captivating, as it featured

Patrick Keiller Exhbition at Tate Britain London

On our way to the “Banana Theory” launch event at Chelsea (see below), we Thalia and I popped into Tate Britain and checked out the Patrick Keiller exhibit. The way the space was curated kept was captivating, as it featured

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Jeremy Deller & David Shrigley @ Hayward Gallery London

Directly above: David Shrigley postcards. Unfortunately, taking photos was not allowed at the Shrigley exhbit, so only these on the blog I’m afraid! It was fab though – nice to have strong ideas communicated with humour and through many different

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Jeremy Deller & David Shrigley @ Hayward Gallery London

Directly above: David Shrigley postcards. Unfortunately, taking photos was not allowed at the Shrigley exhbit, so only these on the blog I’m afraid! It was fab though – nice to have strong ideas communicated with humour and through many different