Sonja Baumel, 2009 | Knitted gloves representing the bacteria covering human skin

What Katie Did: Fashion, Art and Science. Merging fashion with science, Baumel has decided to create a visual reminder of the bacteria that our bodies are covered in.

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

White neoprene shirt sleeve detail, sliced & suspended; deconstruction; innovative fashion design // Clara Bondon

White neoprene shirt sleeve detail, sliced & suspended; deconstruction; innovative fashion design // Clara Bondon

Grey Silk Fibre Dress - creative textiles surface design exploring the idea of impermanence - textiles for fashion // Shirley Buchan

Shirley Buchan, as part of a Textiles and Surface Design (BA Honours) Degree created these garments focusing on 'wabi sabi- the japanese art.

[No.30/55] alice auaa 2013~14秋冬コレクション | Fashionsnap.com / luv it ") totally I can wear + cool!

[No.30/55] alice auaa 2013~14秋冬コレクション

"A certain love of roughness is involved, behind which lurks a hidden beauty, to which we refer in our peculiar adjectives shibui, wabi and sabi. .. It is this beauty with inner implications that is referred to as shibui. It is not a beauty displayed before the viewer by its creator .. a piece that will lead the viewer to draw beauty out of it for themselves.  ~ "The Unknown Craftsman: A Japanese Insight into Beauty", Soetsu Yanagi, Bernard Leach (Mandala of Mending by Junko Oko)

Junko Oki - Woky Shoten

Drawing with stitch - surface pattern design with decorative embroidery - line, pattern & repetition // Junko Oki


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