Ann Demeulemeester’s Film SS12 Short

Here at the Slow Textiles Group we have been thinking about the importance of having a philosophy to your practice. Much like yoya or song, if there is a genre, a philosophy, a mindful context/style/framework to the work that you do, the thoughts that you develop and the sweat that you perspire, then the work…

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Remembering Alexander McQueen circa 1998

Today we feel a nostalgia for early McQueen, in memory of the richness of his Autumn Winter colours, fabrics and textures and grandiose, crafted statements. There is a wealth of vision and depth of feeling that is timeless. As is the case with the best.

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See some of the Slow Textiles Group members here!!

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Learn to print silk and exhibit with the Slow Textiles Group in 2012!!

Silk print designed by Maria Genco, 2011. Silk print designed by Pamela Schwartz, 2011. These examples were created by the Born To Be Wild Group, a co-design group especially set up with the V&A Design & Interpretation Division and Slow Textiles Group members’ company, The People Print! Book yourself a place on any of our…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

“We have left it so late to put our human house in order, that the only strategy left is that of positive deviance. We can’t wait for the international treaties, institutional reform or wise government leadership that will be too long coming. “The only option is for as many people as possible to get on…

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Wishing You a Merry Christmas 2011!

This Postmodernism at the V&A print is especially co-designed by Hatice Burgess, Pamela Schwartz and Emma Neuberg, members of the The People’s Print’s Born To Be Wild design group (the first co-design social textiles group) and experimenters in the future meaning, role and identity of textiles!  

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Slow Textiles Group Members Begin Planning the First Slow Textiles Film and Exhibition, Geometry Girls!!

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Traditional Painting Processes Converge With Open Source Fashion!

Ideas of story-telling and narrative in future couture clothing. A co-design melange by Susana Fernandez and Emma Neuberg. Susana Fernandez, who worked recently with traditional carpet manufacturers, Real Fabrica de Tapices, in Madrid, paints her Cubo-Futurist painting inspired by artists such as Baranov-Rossine, Lyubov Popova and Natalia Goncharova and begins a process of transformation for…

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Slow Textiles Group Members Create A New Form of Co-Created Fashion Textiles!

See what Jennie will be wearing at The People’s Print Project 1 next week!

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