THE FULL GUCCI SPRING 2016 FEELING

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Workshops Up!

Fabric Rope Bags are our inspiration for our Summer Style workshop on Saturday 4th June 2016. Maybe see you there!

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Geometric Patchwork Pictures

Check out the next The Geometrics workshop, GEOMETRIC PATCHWORK PICTURES, with artist Emma Neuberg on Saturday 12th March 2016 at 1.30pm (GMT) at Textiles Hub London. If you’re a member it’s half price, of course! Check it out here!

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FLORAL INSPIRATION AT RA, LONDON

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VOGUE CELEBRATES 100

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SCANDI EMBROIDERED PRINTS

Workshop on Saturday 19th March 2016 at 1.30pm (GMT). BOOK HERE!

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CHANEL’S METIERS D’ART SHOW 2015

We’re loving Chanel’s latest Metiers d’Arts show.  The soundscape, clothing, stage set, direction and choreography are mesmerising. What do you think?

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ALEXANDRA GERSTEIN PRESENTS ‘THE FREE GEOMETRY OF OMEGA WORKSHOPS TEXTILES 1913-1919’

We’re delighted to announce that Alexandra Gerstein, curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Courtauld Gallery, London, is presenting an exclusive paper to the Slow Textiles Group on 27th April 2013. As curator of Beyond Bloomsbury: Designs of the Omega Workshops 1913 – 19, one of her specialisms is the Omega Workshops, twentieth century…

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CO-CREATED VIRTUAL PATCHWORK

The Slow Textiles Group spent a great weekend inspired by Liberty’s of London quilt-maker, Katherine May, teaching hands-on fabric geometrics. Then, following STG director, Emma Neuberg’s instruction in how to convert these into digital animations, members of the Slow Textiles Group worked together on the first ever co-created virtual digital patchwork. Katherine May, Geraldine Peclard, Katie…

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PEOPLE AS FABRIC

  These extraordinary images show the performers at the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing Olympics in China in 2008.   Although designed to be creative spectacle for visual and televisual impact, they point to a political and philosophical paradigm; one that we often feel but do not see in the West.  Statisticians sometimes show us…

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