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Local ARTery...it's one gigantic interactive studio tour but in one venue," said Lou Leelyn, president of Artisans of WMass.
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Friday | The China Post
In line with the fashion heat that kick-started on Thursday, two more runway shows put another four brands into the spotlight on the second day of Taipei IN Style, including labels from Taipei, Macau, mainland China and Hong Kong.
Friday | The Escapist
Costume malfunctions happen to just about every cosplayer. During each photo opportunity on the convention/expo floor, cosplayers are aware of pieces that need fixing for the next appearance.
Friday | Transitions Online
Visiting Olim Kamalov and Sarvinoz Khojaeva is a bit like stepping into medieval Tajikistan.
I have mom friends who absolutely love smocking, and a few who wouldn't dream of touching it with a 10-foot pole.
The ministry made this proposal for revival and development of chackan craft sewing and presentation of this intangible cultural heritage of the Tajik people.
With apologies to Hans Christian Andersen's cautionary tale of vanity, the naked truth remains that we're judged by our dress.
These are not the kinds of shorts you throw on to dash out to the supermarket or weed the garden.
MUMBAI: Jabong.com, India's leading online fashion destination, in association with renowned Fashion Designer, RohitBaltoday unveiled the"RohitBal for Jabong" collectionat the Palladium Hotel, Mumbai.
Don't just dunk that Easter egg in store-bought dye. Take egg decoration a step further with decals, watercolors, tape, glitter and other decorating techniques that are easy, creative and inexpensive.
Teezers, a custom screen printing and embroidery shop, just moved to a new location in the Orangecrest section of Riverside after 28 years in the Arlington area.
It's pretty much a given that if you want a new Aston Martin, you'd better save your pennies.
Can you stitch up a garment in the same amount of time as the average sweatshop worker? Find out at the Fusebox Festival's Machine Shop Series as textile artists Monika Jakubiak of Warsaw, Poland, and Rebecca Layton of Austin invite you to take a seat in their pop-up sweatshop and make garments on the spot.
This week in stunning ephemeral artworks, we bring you the digital designs of French artist Miguel Chevalier .
A LEINTWARDINE teenager could be set to follow in the footsteps of Coco Chanel and Vivienne Westwood after showcasing her first fashion collection on the catwalk.