Posts Tagged 'fashion design'

Zero Waste Fashion Design

Scraps of fabric have been used by artists and craftsman throughout the world to varying degrees for centuries. The word, “scrap,” can be defined as a rejected piece of a larger whole, and usually connotes a sense of uselessness. The

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Zero Waste Fashion Design

Scraps of fabric have been used by artists and craftsman throughout the world to varying degrees for centuries. The word, “scrap,” can be defined as a rejected piece of a larger whole, and usually connotes a sense of uselessness. The

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AIR Interview: Maeve Broome

Whenever I walk into Maeve Broome’s studio, I prepare to be transported. Maeve’s work often employs techniques that evoke otherworldliness. Most recently, she has experimented with mono-print marbling to create prints that evoke the night sky or a trippy moonscape.

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AIR Interview: Maeve Broome

Whenever I walk into Maeve Broome’s studio, I prepare to be transported. Maeve’s work often employs techniques that evoke otherworldliness. Most recently, she has experimented with mono-print marbling to create prints that evoke the night sky or a trippy moonscape.

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Machine Knitting !!

Get ready to knit your lil heart out in our FALL machine knitting classes!! I’m extremely excited to tell you all that ~so far~ there are two different machine knitting beginner classes open for the fall, eagerly awaiting your enrollment.

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Machine Knitting !!

Get ready to knit your lil heart out in our FALL machine knitting classes!! I’m extremely excited to tell you all that ~so far~ there are two different machine knitting beginner classes open for the fall, eagerly awaiting your enrollment.

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Sonia Delaunay at the Cooper Hewitt

Last night, TAC staff had the pleasure of attending the opening reception for Color Moves: Art and Fashion by Sonia Delaunay at the Cooper-Hewitt (thank you, Sarah!) Needless to say, the Cooper Hewitt is a beautiful building, and it is

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Sonia Delaunay at the Cooper Hewitt

Last night, TAC staff had the pleasure of attending the opening reception for Color Moves: Art and Fashion by Sonia Delaunay at the Cooper-Hewitt (thank you, Sarah!) Needless to say, the Cooper Hewitt is a beautiful building, and it is

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Pratt + Paper + Pucci

For almost a year I’ve been living and working in Brooklyn. And even if I adore Brooklyn I often find myself missing the Manhattan-Brooklyn commute. And wandering in Manhattan after work. That’s why each time I have to go to

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Pratt + Paper + Pucci

For almost a year I’ve been living and working in Brooklyn. And even if I adore Brooklyn I often find myself missing the Manhattan-Brooklyn commute. And wandering in Manhattan after work. That’s why each time I have to go to

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Emotional Sculptures

With his signature sculpture dress in white Johan Ku is a force to be reckoned with.  Born in Taipei, Taiwan Ku began as a graphic designer when he was only 17 years old.  Since then he has gone on to get

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Emotional Sculptures

With his signature sculpture dress in white Johan Ku is a force to be reckoned with.  Born in Taipei, Taiwan Ku began as a graphic designer when he was only 17 years old.  Since then he has gone on to get

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