Printed Clothing

How designers are returning the Swatch to the Toile de Jouy

How exactly did a thick cotton fabric scalloped with frolicking shepherds, haystacks and pastoral merriment in general become one of today’s greatest design fasteners? We’re talking toile de Jouy, the classic 18th-century French printed textile with single-color repeating patterns. Before delving into its history, we know that you are asking …

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Juergen Teller gets his best ideas in ice showers

Sometimes it only takes a word to inspire Juergen Teller, the photographer known for his realistic yet humorous art and fashion images. Take the word snails. At the start of her relationship with his wife and creative partner, Dovile Drizyte, the two were on the phone while she was away …

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Fashion as a thoughtful tribute

A fashion collection can be a thoughtful tribute, as three fashion design and merchandising graduates from Collège De La Salle in Saint Benilde have shown through their contemporary designs produced during the pandemic. One is a tribute to Filipino Overseas Workers (OFW), another celebrates Korean-Filipino culture, while the other is …

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Party at PACC to celebrate community help

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience health care. The Pima Animal Care Center is hosting a big party at the shelter on September 19 to close their “Clear the Shelters” effort and thank the community for their help during this summer’s space crisis. The event will take place …

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It’s a snack – fashion’s love affair with food

Newsletter: FT Weekend Get weekend inspiration with the best of life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. Sometimes a banana is just a banana. And sometimes a banana is fashion history. Take a look back at Prada’s AW18 men’s clothing show. The collection, in a bid to reinvigorate the …

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