Monthly Archives: June 2012

Graduate Fashion Week & MA Textile Futures @CSM

A few snaps from London Graduate Fashion Week (sorry, awful quality but we weren’t even supposed to be there, hehe.) Menswear designers seem to love putting men in skirts. Colour! Prints! Inspired by nuns? Folky look popular in menswear. Chunky knits

Graduate Fashion Week & MA Textile Futures @CSM

A few snaps from London Graduate Fashion Week (sorry, awful quality but we weren’t even supposed to be there, hehe.) Menswear designers seem to love putting men in skirts. Colour! Prints! Inspired by nuns? Folky look popular in menswear. Chunky knits

Thomas Heatherwick exhibit @ V&A London

All I can say is: very very INSPIRING. Unfortunately it was forbidden to take photos but I noted down the ones I liked best and found them again. Surprising textures, organic flowy shapes, tesselation and dyanmic structures. .

Thomas Heatherwick exhibit @ V&A London

All I can say is: very very INSPIRING. Unfortunately it was forbidden to take photos but I noted down the ones I liked best and found them again. Surprising textures, organic flowy shapes, tesselation and dyanmic structures. .

floating ideas

Just some images that happened to have happened to work out together. Sometimes that happens. 1. manipulated 3D body scanner result 2. ‘home made’ 3D prints i.e. layering the pieces yourself 3. Oskar Schlemmer’s Tridisches Ballet (can’t wait to go

floating ideas

Just some images that happened to have happened to work out together. Sometimes that happens. 1. manipulated 3D body scanner result 2. ‘home made’ 3D prints i.e. layering the pieces yourself 3. Oskar Schlemmer’s Tridisches Ballet (can’t wait to go

Fashion to Die for – An Analysis of Status Anxiety as Manifest in the Fashion System

Yesterday I received the PPT slide-show in my inbox from Dr.  Emma Neuberg (of the Slow Textiles Group) from the event previously mentioned and use it as a prompt to write this post. Her talk last week took part in

Fashion to Die for – An Analysis of Status Anxiety as Manifest in the Fashion System

Yesterday I received the PPT slide-show in my inbox from Dr.  Emma Neuberg (of the Slow Textiles Group) from the event previously mentioned and use it as a prompt to write this post. Her talk last week took part in