On July 7th, 2015 Lucy Finley wrote on the subject of Selvedge.
In the centre of picturesque Ulverston, you will find The Shop Floor Project. Originally a purely virtual space, it has putdown its roots in the Old Warehouse located in the centre of the town. The building was originally built in 1832 as a warehouse to store goods brought in on the town’s famous ship canal, including […]View Post »
Last Month Tricia Guild worked hand in hand with florist Juliet Glaves, transforming the Designers Guild hidden garden on the Kings Road into a collection of arrangements, fabrics and wallpapers – a celebration of all things floral. Being inspired by the foliage and blooms grown all year long on her modest flower farm in Shropshire, Juliet’s arrangements showcase […]View Post »
‘Savage Beauty’ at the V&A has already been explored by 345,000 visitors. Tickets for the event have been sold out since we can remember. Due to the shows extraordinary success the V&A has released an extra 12,000 tickets – for viewings all through the night. The fact that the V&A has never gone to such lengths […]View Post »
The world’s longest running tennis tournament, Wimbledon is now fully underway. Since the championship began in 1877, tennis wear has had a number of different incarnations. Tennis players’ outfits today, particularly women’s made from lycra and obscure techno fabrics, are a far cry from the floor length dresses and presumably extremely constraining corsets and underwear worn during the […]View Post »
The Sonia Delaunay EY exhibition at Tate Modern is structured chromatically and walking through each room a strong sense of her life both in and out of the studio colours the experience. The layout of the exhibition allows visitors to build a relationship with the work that keeps Delaunay at the centre. Throughout the show Sonia’s commitment to […]View Post »