Posted in July 2011

Fashion Design Competition »

On July 29th, 2011 Sarah Richmond wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

An exciting opportunity for UK based fashion designers… The British Council in collaboration with Philippine fashion magazine Look are offering the chance to showcase your collection at the ‘Philippine Look of Style Fashion Awards’. The Philippines has a diverse textile sector from traditional weaving to fashion design. The winner will have their work shown on […]

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Dinner to dye for »

On July 28th, 2011 Clare Bungey wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Join Katelyn Toth-Fejel from the Permacouture Institute for an evening of natural dyeing, cocktails and dessert using London’s summer botanicals. ‘Guests will learn how to dye with seasonal plants and create a silk scarf as well as experience a colourful and delicious menu crafted from the same ingredients.’ 6.30-10pm, Sunday 31 July, Here Today, Here […]

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Doodles, dreams, stitchery »

On July 28th, 2011 Clare Bungey wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Naomi Avsec‘s debut exhibition in Japan is “inspired by love, nature, dogs myths, animation, poetry, her vivid dream-life and her love of food (especially marmite)”! A selection of her work in collaboration with Paul Smith, including embroidered footwear, handkerchiefs and ties, will be on display alongside a series of Naomi’s personal work. 23 July-28 August […]

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Art in Action »

On July 27th, 2011 Clare Bungey wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Selvedge had a lovely time at Art in Action in Oxford last weekend.  We’re sure all of those who visited will have been inspired by all of the demonstrating artists and exciting workshops! Thank you to all who came to visit the Selvedge stand; we hope you enjoyed browsing the back issues and admiring our […]

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Viktorian »

On July 27th, 2011 Sarah Richmond wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Viktorian, an exciting exhibition soon to be displayed at The Coningsby Gallery, will showcase three main bodies of Viktor Koen’s work; Dark Peculiar Toys, Warheads and its related illustrated alphabet Warphabet. And don’t miss Bestiary “a visual study of hybrids, is the product of a long fascination with Greek Mythology and archival photography.” 12-24 September […]

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