The 1st years take the Fashion Museum, here at Bath, by storm
Regular feature in the print room is our very own Joe.Watch this space for more information on his lecture at Sion Hill this term.
His very latest and exceedingly stylish collection was launched to great delight and enthusiasm recently
Following Joe Richards’ debut runway show at Burlington House on 20th September 2015, please find hereby the lookbook for his Spring Summer 2016 collection.
For hi res image requests and more information on the collection, please contact:
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Sunday 4 – Wednesday 7 October 2015
13, Rue Saint Antoine 75004 PARIS
By appointment – contact: Georgie Allison
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Read about Joe in a previous article here https://thatswhatiwanttodo.com/2015/01/10/jo-in-vogue/
One of the most appealing and appreciated modules on the textiles course is Contextual studies,which is managed and presented by Dr.Jo Turney.
The module helps the student to develop their interest and knowledge of textiles and relate it within a wider contemporary social and historical context.
Jo makes this subject come alive in the lecture theatre,during tutorials and out on fields trips both here and abroad.
Alongside her lecturing commitment Jo is a dedicated author on subjets related to her interests.
The books are available to purchase here.
The Culture of Knitting by Joanne Turney ( 2009 ) Paperback
Images in Time: Flashing Forward, Backward, in Front and Behind…
Floral Frocks: The Floral Printed Dress from 1900 to Today
Articles are in: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fashi…/dp/1841507512/ref=sr_1_8…
Fashion and War in Popular Culture
Oral History in the Visual Arts
Interviews are becoming an increasingly dominant research method in art, craft, design, fashion and…
In the Loop: Knitting Now
British Culture and Society in the 1970s: The Lost Decade
Unravel: Knitwear in Fashion
HardCover. Pages: 192 Publisher: Editions Lannoo sa The changing status of knitwear in high fashion is a…
One of the many advantages of undertaking work experience is that you meet many fascinating people over and above your particular subject area. Margo invited Tracie to show her beautiful colour and pattern combination dresses during the sale period at her studio.