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The stunning Sharmeela Farooqui, posing for Nina Neri's gorgeous piece Venice at the exhibition happening right now at @ensemblepakistan Karachi. Hurry up and grab yours too!  #sharmeelafarooqi #sharmeelafarooqui #ninaneri👛👝🎒💼👜 #handbags #venice #suede #chantel #pythonleather #karachi #sindh #herchoice #choice #redcarpet #bash #weekend

The stunning Sharmeela Farooqui, posing for Nina Neri's gorgeous piece Venice at the exhibition happening right now at @ensemblepakistan Karachi. Hurry up and grab yours too! #sharmeelafarooqi #sharmeelafarooqui #ninaneri👛👝🎒💼👜 #handbags #venice #suede #chantel #pythonleather #karachi #sindh #herchoice #choice #redcarpet #bash #weekend

We seldom see everyday objects like bottles look this beautiful. Click through for info about New York-based artist Tony Feher and his sculptural installations made from jars, plastic bottles and bags, packing materials, crates, and more. (Coming soon to #Houston, and perhaps to a museum or gallery near you!)

We seldom see everyday objects like bottles look this beautiful. Click through for info about New York-based artist Tony Feher and his sculptural installations made from jars, plastic bottles and bags, packing materials, crates, and more. (Coming soon to

Fragment No.10 by Huang Xu  Title	 	'Fragment No.10'  Artist	 	Huang Xu  Countries	 	China  Exhibitions	 	Huang Xu  Media	 	Rice Paper (r) or Chromophotograph (c)  Year	 	2007

Fragment by Huang Xu Title 'Fragment Artist Huang Xu Countries China Exhibitions Huang Xu Media Rice Paper (r) or Chromophotograph (c) Year 2007 Sustainability

Aglae. From the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion". Lancaster-Barreto collection.Coat: Camel wool in natural colour. Silk organza collar, pipping and buttons. Pluche de some, imitating fur, France, circa 1808. Mechlin collar lace.  Great example of the influence of Napoleon's peninsular war, the troubadour painting and the romanticism.  "Manches a la espagnole"  Cameo: seashell, enamel, gold. France, first quart of the XIX century. Bag: Marrocain leather, France, circa 1804.

From the exhibition "Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion".Coat: Camel wool in natural colour. Silk organza collar, piping and buttons. Pluche de some, imitating fur, France, circa Mechlin collar lace.

jennifer collier::the empty teabags provide little pockets which when stuck together from the fabric of the glove and stitched together exactly as you would a fabric glove

Patterned History: Hand In Glove: Pattern Preservation and Re-use

textile work by a member of Edge textilearts.net

edge - textile artists scotland 'Waters Edge' An Exhibition of Contemporary Textile Art was held in 2007 at the Pittenweem Arts Festival

A pegboard design like this one, incorporating shelves could work really well for the tonic GFS                                                                                                                                                     More

Peg-it-all Pegboard : Wall-mounted Storage Panel in birch plywood

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