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Something else by Natalie wood


love it.






Finally a quirky work-in-progress site that really and truly reflects a textile designer and their processes


The daily pattern website.



They’re digitally printed but from a far they look like natural dye technique..

the digital prints just seem so natural?

come here to find more ^___^


I can’t remember why I wasn’t in the first place?

click here to see more ^__^

yumyumyumyumyumyum. sigh…




since working in menswear (started a couple of months ago so am still a spring chicken) my view on fabric design and garment construction has heightened more than what it has in the past three years of studying textiles. I-N-S-A-N-E. And what’s even better is that I actually get paid while I’m sucking in all this fantastical knowledge!

I keep finding myself checking to see if some guy with a suit on walking down the street is fit properly or not – its low key weird but the art of constructing a suit is very, very interesting – it’s not a process – its more like an art form.

At the place I work at, they’re pretty big on colour and encouraging it. Umit Benan Fall 2011 posess’ this idea of encouraging colour in a very minimal sneaky way – nice conservative flow of obscure layering, lapel shaping, lengths of jackets with a hints of colour and texture as if expressing another side to these gentlemen.














peace folks. there may be more to come of this in the future….