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Gabriele Colangelo Spring 2014

Bridal Inspiration Spring Summer 2014 (BridesMagazine.co.uk) (BridesMagazine.co.uk)

Catwalk photos and all the looks from Gabriele Colangelo Spring/Summer 2014 Ready-To-Wear Milan Fashion Week

Repurposed :: Nunalab rescues jersey remnants from factories around Lima, Peru and transforms them into unique contemporary accessories: fabric manipulation at its best! ( http://handeyemagazine.com/content/nunalab )

Repurposed: Nunalab rescues jersey remnants from factories around Lima, Peru and transforms them into unique contemporary accessories: fabric manipulation at its best!

Jean Gauger Fiber Art Now  http://www.sugarplumoriginals.co/home.html wishing this were mine. so much incentive to learn more to be able to attempt something similar

The Art of Felting - Seamless Butterfly Jacket - Sugarplum Originals by J.

Uncut ivory silk vest, embroidered with floral motifs - Museum Rotterdam

Uncut ivory silk vest, embroidered with floral motifs - Museum Rotterdam the met has one of these too or borrowed this one for an exhibit I saw there I love the button allowance

* Evening coat Made during World War One, this unique garment was made by a Mother for her son as he was convalescing from injuries sustained in the conflict. Made from silk hexagonal patchwork, the fabric dates from the 1890s. This dressing gown was worn as an evening coat by subsequent family members before it was donated to the museum in Norwich. The accession register notes that the donor was a lady of great wealth, great energy and noted eccentricity; she was also an artist in an…

Evening coat Made during World War One, this unique garment was made by a Mother for her son as he was convalescing from injuries sustained in the conflict. Made from silk hexagonal patchwork, the fabric dates from the

Domestic Armor    In ancient Japan, people would donate silk kimonos to the monasteries. These would be cut and sewn to make patch-work garments called ‘kasas’. I liked the idea of a community combining used fabrics into one cloth

Domestic Armor (by Diane Savona) “In ancient Japan, people would donate silk kimonos to the monasteries. These would be cut and sewn to make patch-work garments called ‘kasas’. I liked the idea of a community combining used fabrics into one cloth.

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