News & Events: Fashion/Wearable Textiles

  1. Aram Graduates 2014

    The Aram Gallery, London revisits it’s significant past exhibition series with a show of works by 2014 graduates from 14 universities to 23 August.

  2. Paris Haute Couture Week 2014

    On 6-11 July 2014, Paris was taken over by the world’s elite couturiers in a display of unique, handmade dresses.

  3. Artist Textiles at the TextielMuseum Tilburg

    ‘Artist Textiles. Picasso to Warhol’, which recently showed at the Fashion and Textile Museum London, has moved to the TextielMuseum Tilburg. Offering the fascinating history of artist textiles within Europe and America from the last century, the show is a visual treat for lovers of art, textiles, fashion and interiors. Textiles designed by Dali, Miro,… Read more »

  4. 3D Textiles by Oluwaseyi Sosanya

    June is the month for design graduate shows and at the Royal College of Art show graduate Oluwaseyi Sosanya showed off his final year project ‘The Structure of Protection’, which is an experimental design project exploring the production and performance of three dimensional woven textile structures

  5. Mexican Rebozo Exhibition London

    Made In Mexico: The Rebozo in Art, Culture and Fashion is on at the Fashion and Textile Museum, London to 30 August 2014

  6. British Craft Comes to Mayfair

    On the 6th June The New Craftsmen are to open a permanent retail space housed in a historic 19th century workshop in the heart of London’s luxury quarter, Mayfair.

  7. Haptic Clothing: The Future

    Wearable garments are being developed that communicate non-verbally, using tactile, technological intelligence

  8. Materia Exhibition Shanghai

    Materia aims to stimulate and inspire architects, designers and producers to apply new materials to their designs.

  9. Outer Space: From Fendi to Jan Kath

    Beginning with a Star Wars tapestry last month, there is now Fendi’s A/W14 collection featuring starry splatters across jackets, to Jan Kath’s Spacecrafted Collection, and even a handwoven app for your iPhone.

  10. Liberty British Colour Pattern

    The lavishly illustrated book from the London design institution promises ‘a voyage of discovery through the archives and memorabilia of the last great emporium for innovative British design’.

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