The emerging artists making embroidery political
We tend to associate embroidery with primary school art classes and “Home Sweet Home” stitches in our grans’ houses but the traditionally feminine art form is being revived as a force for change.
5 young designers making embroidery cool again
It’s time to stitch, bitch.
meet tala barbotin khalidy, the parsons grad who uses embroidery as therapy
The French-Lebanese designer explains how her workshops with female trauma victims influenced her craft-focused graduate collection.
Flo Wales Bonner
a witch explains how to use fashion as magick
Gabriela Herstik, author of 'Craft: How To Be A Modern Witch,' breaks down energetically cleansing clothing and how to use talismans as protection.
slow fashion pioneer jessica ogden wants to teach you how to make your own clothes
As Jessica Ogden: Still opens up to the public, we talk curation, craft, customisation and care with the pioneering artist and designer.
how women are changing the world with textiles
Before women had a political voice, they used “domestic arts” as a covert form of protest and activism. Hundreds of years later, they’re still doing it.