News & Events: Fabrics

  1. Christopher Farr x Irene Infantes

    The cover rug from our last issue came about as a result of premier rug brand Christopher Farr spotting the work of talented Spanish textile designer Irene Infantes at her graduate show at Central Saint Martins in 2016. Now the two have released a rug collection based on Infantes’ textile series The Social Life of a Material.

  2. The Best of the London Design Festival 2018

    COVER’s run down of eleven of the best places to go in the English capital during London Design Festival, 15-23 September, to view the best rugs and textiles in town.

  3. Delineating space

    These COVER featured projects, presented in the context of contemporary design fairs, playfully investigate the way that ancient means of delineating sections within the home can be adopted, updated and made relevant today.

  4. Design studios turn to textiles

    Five examples of rug and textiles from collaborative projects by multi-disciplinary design studios that have featured in COVER this year.

  5. Four from the free for all Hotlist

    The summer issue of COVER magazine is available for free via Exact Editions. Here is a taster four of the brightest rugs and textiles right now as featured in Hotlist

  6. COVER preview: Milan highlights

    Here COVER presents some of the highlights of Milan Design Week 2017—the best rug and textile shows to see at the grand event.

  7. Entangled in Margate

    The current show ‘Entangled: Threads & Making’ at the Turner Contemporary in Margate UK, until 7 May has a great deal to say about women’s art and textiles.

  8. Nine great textile books of 2016

    COVER has noted a recent flurry of beautiful and inspiring textile books relating to artists, designers and design as well as fabrics and carpets. Here are nine publications that featured in COVER magazine in 2016

  9. UK Wool Week BnB

    In October 2016 during the UK’s Wool Week, an event organised as part of Campaign For Wool’s global celebration of all things wool, the world’s first Wool BnB opened to the public in London.


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