Blog: Wearable textiles

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou has recently become one of London’s most wanted fashion designers. Born in Athens in 1983, Katrantzou studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design from which she graduated in 2008 and she now lives and works in London. Known for her stunning textile prints her designs are now available worldwide and… Read more »

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Fashion, New Collections, Textiles, Wearable textiles

Krishna Madana

Textile designer and illustrator Balakrishna Madana has launched his first textile collection under the name Krishna Madana. Brought up in a south Indian village he was influenced by the bright colour and beautiful patterns of the silks and cottons being produced and sold in the area. Madana was educated in India and the UK where… Read more »

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Homewares, Interiors, New Collections, Textiles, We Like, Wearable textiles

Elisa Strozyk New Designs

Eliza Strozyk‘s latest wooden rug designs will be showing at Mint in London until 30 September. This new collection include colour and look fantastic! Strozyk recently completed a collaboration with Brazilian fashion designer Maria Bonita.

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Exhibitions, Fairs, Fashion, New Collections, Rugs & Carpets, Textiles, We Like, Wearable textiles

Donna Wilson for the chilly weather

We are not sure about the rest of the world but the UK is now getting rather chilly, just in time for Donna Wilson‘s new glove, mitten and scarf range! Our favourite Donna Wilson cushions are her clouds.  

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New Collections, We Like, Wearable textiles

Graffiti for Hermès

French graffiti artist Kongo is co-founder of the International Festival of Graffiti and the graffitit artist collective Kosmopolis. He has designed eight silk scarves for luxury brand Hermès. The proceeds will go to the non-profit organisation Kosmopolis.    

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Wearable textiles

The Nature of Sivan Royz

Sivan Royz is a student studying textiles at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv. Her beautiful work, which comprises accessories like bags and wearable pieces, is influenced by nature and multicellular forms and is reminiscent of shells and living forms. Their structure is created through an extensive layering of laser cut silk… Read more »

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We Like, Wearable textiles

hazel & hunter

hazel & hunter are Canadian designers based in Montreal, who are inspired by sustainability, the use of organic materials and the handmade process. Their new hand-dyed, handmade bags are in keeping with COVER’s latest Product Selector: tie dye. Available to buy on Etsy.  

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New Collections, We Like, Wearable textiles

Widrig & van Herpen

London-based architect Daniel Widrig and Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen have collaborated once again to produce their second amazing collection of 3D printed dresses entitled Escapism, which recently shown at Paris Fashion Week. Escapism continues the project which begun with Widrig and van Herpen’s Crystallization collection, the first fashion collection ever featuring 3D printed… Read more »

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Wearable textiles

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