Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen

Fabric manipulation - Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen

Issey Miyake 1983 Met Collection

Cape Designer: Issey Miyake (Japanese, born Design House: Miyake Design Studio (Japanese) Date: ca. 1983 Culture: Japanese Medium: wool, acrylic, other blend

Tzuri Gueta is a innovator in technologies for textiles. Having consulted for Armani, Dior, Mugler, and Gaultier, he has launched his own collection of accessories incorporating lace and silicon, and laser cut textiles.

Tzuri Gueta is a innovator in technologies for textiles. Having consulted for Armani, Dior, Mugler, and Gaultier, he has launched his own collection of accessories incorporating lace and silicon and laser cut textiles

Tim Harding - a master of the layer, stitch and slash surface, from his water series. Reverse applique technique.

Tim Harding I Master of the layer, stitch and slash surface, from his water series I Reverse applique technique

Create texture with fabric manipulation. This fabric manipulation is inspiring for my flotsam and jetsam project.

The use of fraying and layered fabrics to build up texture is very interesting- creates a very dynamic piece.

hautecouture_textile_silicone_mixed6-341-550-400-80-c LAYERING TRANSPARENT FABRICS

Tzuri Gueta

Mixed media textiles design with bead-like fragments trapped between transparent layers - textile manipulation;

Inspiration – Autumn/Winter 2013 – Dark Burnouts and Distressed Tapestry

Inspiration - Autumn/Winter 2013 - Dark Burnouts and Distressed Tapestry

patternbank: “Inspiration for Autumn/Winter 2013 - Prints inspired by Burnished Looks - Distressed Tapestry - Rich Oil Colours - Ornate Imagery - Historical and Decorative Pattern - Textured Marbled.

Laser cut leather with intricate patterns inspiredly reptile skin; fabric manipulation; textiles design // Daniela Evans

monumental

The inspiration for this collection comes from reptiles and insects; their skin, markings and movement. The pieces are intended for stage/costume purposes and fashion editorial accessories.

Dorothy Caldwell.

from Canadian textile artist Dorothy Caldwell. 'Artifact and Quiet Place: Willow and Artic Moss

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