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Daniela Gregis »

On April 19th, 2015 Grace Warde-Aldam wrote on the subject of Artists and Designers,Fashion,Selvedge.

Milan based designer Daniela Gregis’ current collection spiritually takes you to the Mediterranean, somewhere between a glamorous resort in the 1950s and a remote, rural, pre turn of the century pasture. The overall vision is of an unquestionably chic woman, who knows herself completely and whilst living a pure and calm life is, for want of a better word, completely […]

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The Saturday Super Salon »

On April 18th, 2015 Beth Smith wrote on the subject of Fashion,Historical textiles.

As we mentioned in our Pattern issue, Salons are set to be this year’s most fashionable type of party and no one channels the spirit of those elegant 18th century gatherings better than the exceedingly dapper Mr David Carter. With the help of respected writer, interviewer and Selvedge contributer, Liz Hoggard, he has created The […]

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Coraux Mei at the Selvedge Spring Fair »

On April 17th, 2015 Grace Warde-Aldam wrote on the subject of Selvedge,Selvedge Fairs.

‘Passionately weaving through various wonderful corners of the world, I’ve foraged and foraged and found and found an abundance of beautiful & colourful textiles and artefacts. These textiles and artefacts hold history, meaning, wisdom, beliefs and identity containing precious information on these communities, thus; “tales-are-made”. Coraux Mei focuses on preserving indigenous symbols by combining tribal textiles […]

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Fine Cell Work at Waddesdon Manor & Selvedge Special Offer »

On April 16th, 2015 Grace Warde-Aldam wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

There are still tickets available to take part in Waddesdon Manor’s special interest day on the 24th April, which will focus on Fine Cell Work, a social enterprise that teaches needle point to prison inmates and includes a significant discount to Selvedge readers. Built in the style of a French Chateau by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in 1874, with […]

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‘Like Nowhere Else’ »

On April 15th, 2015 Grace Warde-Aldam wrote on the subject of Artists and Designers.

Royal Ascot’s ‘Like Nowhere Else’ campaign is drawn around the event’s main four focuses; racing, pageantry, style and fine dining. Using these sub headings as a starting point, textile artist Lauren DiCioccio has made a tapestry illustrating the campaign. Given Ascot’s traditional and posh reputation, DeCioccio’s vibrant colours, original methods and delicate drawing add to the campaign a very […]

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