Upcycled Menswear

Today we’re loving American designer, Emily Bode’s upcycled menswear…

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Did You See Schiaparelli’s Padded Quilting?

Have you made a deep padded, quilt jacket?

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FOUNDATION OF TEXTILES HUB LONDON

What happens when a group of Royal College of Art Textile graduates house their vision under one roof and open it to the public? Find out at || TEXTILES HUB LONDON SOFT LAUNCH PARTY || 7th December 2013,  7 – 10pm at SLOWstudio!  

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#SlowTextilesStudio Resources Library Coming Soon!

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Coming Up..

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We’re Proud to Present Alexandra Gerstein’s paper The Free Geometry of Omega Workshops Textiles, 1913-1919 at The Geometrics Symposium

Among many wonderful and inspiring papers being presented on Saturday 27th April 2013 from 2-8pm at The Geometrics Exhibition & Symposium is Alexandra Gerstein’s paper The Free Geometry of Omega Workshops Textiles, 1913-1919. Book here and see you there!       

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Great Opportunities for Textile Lovers in 2012-13

http://www.scribd.com/embeds/109770483/content?start_page=1&view_mode=scroll&access_key=key-1hy9ac9s3iqyxmkeephv Lots of exciting new Slow Textiles Group dates for your diary wherever you are!

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STG Members Feature in Stylus

Slow Textiles Group members were interviewed about their vision and promotion of the cultural shift in re-animating making, revitalising education, sharing and upskilling collectively, relational working methods and their positive health and entrepreneurial effects. Look out for it here Stylus.

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UK Government Policy on Sustainability and Ethical Practice

Carbon footprint of this missile coming. The British Trident Ballistic Missile System is revitalised in 2010 for another generation of anxiety, impotence and fear. What does it mean to teach Sustainable Thinking & Ethical Practice in institutions of learning when nation leaders promote killing machines in lieu of negotiation and humanitarianism? For insight into nuclear…

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Nabis Inspiration for Textile Designers

Le Talisman, 1888. by Paul Serusier (1864-1927) The Nabis saw their work as a bold new interpretation of their world rather than a revolution against tradition. This bold new interpretation included all over graphic decoration, textile-like ornamental colour and composition and a visceral glow on canvas.   For the textile designer, The Nabis hold enormous inspiration both…

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