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(sorry for the bad screenshot)

This is at Marc Jacobs' design studio in NYC
Tests of tortured fabric... for spring summer 2007 collection

from Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton documentary

You can watch the documentary on youtube
I think it is part 4. And you also see leather experiments for their bags,
decoration experiments,etc

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Textile design by A W N Pugin, produced in 1846



Unknown textile design produced by Thomas Wardle & Co in 1891




Textile design by Silver Studio, produced by Liberty & Co in 1895



'Lampen' textile design by Josef Hoffmann, produced by Johann Backhausen & Sohne in 1906.



'Papillons et Feuilles de Mauve' textile design, produced by Bianchinni-Ferrier in 1907.



Textile design by Georges Berger produced in 1925



Textile design produced by Madame Raisin in 1925



Textile design by Edouard Benedictus produced in 1925.


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'Knaresborough' textile design by Bertrand Whittaker, produced in 1926.

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The works of Sonia Delauney and Fortuny should be all over this thread, but I think they've been represented well enough in other posts....But any excuse to post master Fortuny I take.........(from google image search: cornflower.typepad.com)


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I could swim in it! ^^^^

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beautiful pieces, veda thank you

mariano fortuny has a whole thread about him here
http://www.thefashionspot.com/forums...uny-49246.html

and william morris
http://www.thefashionspot.com/forums...ist-66849.html

i think sonia delaunay is also as deserving
perhaps we can start that soon..

it's nice to see what other people like in terms of textiles.. there is so much variety
we also have a thread called repeating patterns - wallpaper & textile design
where you see a lot more prints..

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Quote:
...The results vary from practical structures to purely artist creations—and to fashion items. This year Japan Fashion Week design duo Mint Designs incorporated their Senseware contribution into their catwalk show. The “To be someone” mask project was created from an unwoven material using long polyester fibers called “Smash” by Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation. The highly thermo-dynamic material can be easily molded into 3D forms—here resulting in a pollen mask press-formed into the shape of a perfectly balanced face...While Mint Designs created the masks purely as prototypes for the project, PR representative Naoko Jensen noted that a number of buyers and press expressed interest in them—suggesting that in this case Senseware has succeeded in pushing the discussion and potential of an average, accepted product to another level.
From Aprill 22-27 Senseware will travel to the Milan Triennial. This year marks the third edition of the annual series, Tokyo Fiber/Senseware.
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I'm not if this would interest anyone but..











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Kyowa Lace













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ah...beautiful marvystone

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mulletproof gave me the idea of adding some work here that can be done without special equipment ..


i tried to look for some easy things to do

here is appliqué

take a fabric cut-out
and fold edges under (making snips will make it easier to fold under)
then "slip stitch" it down to the base fabric

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzdELmA6R1Y

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appliqué samples

flickr.com:

mairuru_siesta


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Chloé 2006 --spring 2007
lots of applique

appliqued lace, beads, rings, plastics, cut up doilies


style.com

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you can also applique thread
it is called couching


ehagleyestate.net



parts of the Bayeux tapestry was done this way
you can vary it by using different combos of threads, metallics, plastic yarns, straw,etc


Dries van Noten detail

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another Dries
belt

add some beads to string
lay it on the fabric
and stitch it down after every bead... and voila

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***oh just want to mention.. from the Chloe sample onwards, you just stitch it down (like in the couching instructions).. it's not a slip stitch.
the slip stitch is for a cut-out shape where you have to fold the raw edges under, and then stitch it to the base fabric.



Marni
-using a braid which is twisted and turned into a design (like drawing)

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