AnOther explores the methods and motivation of three creatives who are crafting their own textiles.
Meet Alice Archer, a young designer who is transforming embroidery with technology.
T reports that old-school embroidery is made cool again.
The Guardian rounds up 10 of the best embroidered pieces in the stores.
Have you heard of Tabula Rasa, the New York City-based brand creating knitwear that exudes textural complexity?
Synthetic spider silk could be the biggest technological advance in clothing since nylon.
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Nadya really enjoyed this piece that shows how a petite blogger tailors clothes to make them work for her. It shows before and after shots, and describes the alteration and the cost.
As a girl, Vildy liked the look of movie stars in old films wearing lower slung styles under their bias satin dresses. After reading about how Victoria’s Secret is promoting more comfortable bra styles and bralettes, she is curious to see if the current focus on comfort and athletic and leisure styles will cause the bustline to shift lower.
UmmLila wanted to share three articles on the subject of changing work dress codes:
- WhoWhatWear asks if the era of strict office dress codes is coming to a close.
- Yahoo! Style reports that a class of interns was fired en masse after protesting the dress code at work.
- This article has answers to tough questions about implementing your dress code.