The @John_Galliano_ show featured jungle inspired artistic textiles, such as this tubular look. #PFW #SS15
This matching set is taken to the next level at emiliopucci , all beads, no fabric, simply exquisite. #MFW #SS15
A sleek black silk dress, with interwoven copper wire stunned the crowd at the #Gabriele Colangelo show. #MFW #SS15
The show had a pre-loved Native American feel, we are hankering after this lazer cut faded suede waistcoat with lashings of feathers and beads. #MFW #SS15
No , literally, we can’t get enough of . Beautiful fringe finishing on this sporty asymmetric look. #SS15 #LFW
Woven wonders seen at this afternoon. #LFW #SS15
We’re obsessed with this doctored textile @richardchainy dress from #NYFW #MBFW #SS15.
Join us at Munich Fabric Start for a directional forecast for autumn/winter 15/16 and beyond. Denim expert Natalie Singh will present the essential looks, textiles, materials and colour shaping future trends. Register HERE for you place at one of our seminars.
Federica Tedeschi finds beauty in the mundane and combines embroidery, weave and print to translate common everyday materials into the luxurious. Her experimentation has led to her being shortlisted for the Texprint Body Award, as well as winning an award from one of the sponsors Lululemon Athletica.
Great use of colour isn’t always about being bright and bold. We love the intricate and subtle use of natural colour and texture by woven textile designer Beth Humes. The Texprint judges agreed and made her one of the three designers shortlisted for the colour award!