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The ‘hole’ is greater than the sum of its parts
Lace is a true aesthete’s fabric. Its very existence depends on the delicate scrolls and arabesques of its pattern. Delicate and desirable, it has crept onto the catwalks and into interiors for spring/summer 2004. From discreet edging at Blumarine to full-on flounces at Givenchy, this fine fabric has featured strongly.
Lace is a perennial favourite of the fashion world but its renaissance in the interiors field is more surprising. Central to its rehabilitation has been the fresh unfussy approach of designers such as Pearl Lowe, whose dyed lace panels are perfect in contemporary settings.
We came across one town in Normandy, famed for lace production that is way ahead of the trend; in Pont-Audemer locals even have lace under foot. When commissioned by the council to ‘liven up’ a busy road junction, artist Elisabeth Ballet created this stunning lace pavement.
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‘Within the weave of a humble cloth, there lies an intriguing yarn’.
Textile Tales is a unique collection of stories that reveal the ingenuity, humour and technical expertise involved in the making of handcrafted and industrial textiles.
It consists of a box of 55 stunning photographic cards, with innovative graphics and fascinating, often witty, text on the reverse. The project has enjoyed the support of leading designers Terence Conran, Shirin Guild, Jack Larsen, Zandra Rhodes and Georgina Von Etzdorf.
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