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On Harry Styles’ cardigan and the rise of pandemic crafting, the Westminster Menswear Archive’s exhibition on face coverings, and unforeseen wardrobe…
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On the salience of the carnation bulb in Balenciaga’s recent haute couture show, a meaningful DIY-project with flowers, and the contemporary renaissance…
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Join us on Friday 18 June at 20:00 CET for a live discussion with Andrew Groves and Mark Prendergast.
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On the masculinities of needlework, the Fries Museum's embroidery exhibition, and mending a well-loved pair of jeans.
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On the complex relationship with our clothes, the sensory experience they offer and the ways clothes shape our life, this issue explores the intimacies…
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Throughout time, men as well as women have wielded the needle. So why do men who stitch continue to raise eyebrows?
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Join us on Friday 16 July at 21:00 CET for a live discussion on the practices of mending, embroidery, and the personal meanings of needlework.
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Impossible is nothing: a newfound walking habit required a different type of footwear.
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A review of the Westminster Menswear Archive's latest exhibition Undercover – From necessity to luxury: The evolution of face coverings during COVID-19.
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With Haute Bordure, the Fries Museum in Leeuwarden (NL) celebrates the richness of four centuries of needlework and craft in the Netherlands.
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Want to dive further into this month’s theme? We’ve compiled a list of resources to enjoy over the weekend, from podcasts to virtual fashion shows.
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