Gīkūyū Traditional Skirt – Mūthuru
The Gīkūyū traditional woman’s skirt was called the mūthuru, a simple leather wrap-around that was accompanied by a soft leather pubic apron that was worn under the skirt opening, mwengū at the front. The pubic apron is called the same as the gap it deals with, mwengū. The upper part of the body is protected…
5 Kimono Styles Reinterpreted in Streetwear This Season
5 Kimono Styles Reinterpreted in Streetwear This Season: Supreme, maharishi, and others rework the Hanten, Noragi, Samue and Dou Zinbei.
Sewing a wedding dress: Ultimate Underwires and Boning
A great tutorial for adding boning to a strapless wedding dress for structure and support, including cutting and tipping steel boning and adding underwires.
The 3 Best Online Courses for Fashion Designers
Sometimes it doesn’t matter how determined we are to reach our goals when there are certain things standing in the way. You may have been working towards a career in fashion design for years but if you are tied to a certain local area that d
4 Websites for Fashion Designers to Showcase their Work
One of the most important things to do if you’re looking to break through in the fashion world is to showcase your work – wherever and whenever you possibly can. The best way to do so is using all the advantages of the internet to help
BTS CREW SERIES – Editor’s Note - the Crew that made the shot - The Designers Studio
Hey there good people. It is time for a new series. Is it me, or are these months flying by incredibly fast? Yikes! Hope you learnt and explored and discovered the art of photography and photographers doing amazing work in our previous Lens Series. If you didn’t get everything, check it out here – Photographers. But, as we all know, man is not an island. Greatness is not achieved simply by one person and many many many times that great image or that fashion runway show, film or the campaigns…
The psychological damage done by second hand clothing in Africa.
KIGALI, Rwanda — In Kenya, they are called the “clothes of dead white people.” In Mozambique, they are the “clothing of calamity.” They are nicknames for the unwanted, used clothing from the West t…
Why smart textiles are struggling to become commercialised
The Smart Fabrics Program and E-Textiles Workshop at the IFAI EXPO in New Orleans, which ran September 26 – 29, took a hard look at smart fabric development and commercialisation.
Are You Thinking About Participating in Fashion Week? Consider This.
A look at everything a brand needs to consider before deciding to take on the expense and commitment of a fashion show, especially during fashion week.