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RT FollowCII: Textiles➡️ are $120 billion industry & poised to reach $250 billion by 2025. & can benefit from the Budget policies. TexMinIndia

Seeing these indigo and denim cushion covers on a "bloody Monday"is literally therapy! ⁠ These are the every room's must haves this season.⁠ ⁠ ⁠

I’m Mom, of your recipient. It was me who asked for your support to help us change the by sponsoring our 13 year Foundation, so even though my son’s employer refused, he never considered defying and never will.

runner up Sarah Gotheridge excellent feedback from the judges "a nostalgic and innovative approach to the theme Colour & Nature....This collection of ideas had the wow factor!"

Some examples of Textile Experiments made by year 8 students in their Art lessons. These wonderful students are building up their knowledge of techniques before they design their pop art pillows.

Un vent de légèreté souffle sur la nouvelle collection été 21. ----- Lightness and softness : are the key words of the new summer 21collection. . . .

These screen printing machines are definitely impressive! Caught this one at the show last week. For printed clothing, banners & badges check out our website

Lot no 14: Resplendent with a red base, the soz design element is ornately spread with diagonal motifs in the mid-section. To view the entire catalogue click here:

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Cynthia Erivo in Valentino at the 2020 Grammys.


in love with William Morris and have most unusual and original souvenirs from V&A Museum – textile examples with his designs from his daughter May Morris Studio (from V&A archives). here is only one page with them, i’ve get actually two and whole bunch of double examples. V&A souvenir shop has them in different numbers and sizes, so you can buy a special one that suits you. i think it’s one of most beautiful and unexpected souvenirs that you can find in museum shops.


What can you do with your surplus fabric after an order has been completed?

Sometimes you end up with extra fabric after your order has been completed - this can be due to so many different factors but its always good to remember that the Textile “waste” is only “waste” for its original purpose. When the material is wasted so are the resources, both natural and labour, which were invested and embedded into the fabric. 

We always want to find ways to “re-purpose” the fabrics for our clients after an order has been completed by offering ways to cut new products and find new possibilities from the fabrics. In addition, by up-cycling unused and redundant textile surplus materials, you can give these materials additional value which prevents it from being down-cycled or discarded.

One example of this is the fabrics we had left from Sarah Rich Harrion's  Assemble apparel orders. 
From the off-cuts from Sarah’s STOCKHOLM SHOOT Assemble LIV dress we were able to create some beautifully printed Assemble tote bags. Same linen fabrics but two completely different end products and purposes.

Do you have redundant, surplus or “wasted” fabrics? Get in touch at or visit


Usher in the jacket he wore for his performance in tribute to Prince at the 2020 Grammys.

An ‘8’ - Kobe Bryant’s original jersey number in the Lakers - was added to the sleeve shortly before the show, following the news of Bryant’s sudden death.

Jacket by Pyer Moss, customised by Rancho Tailors.


as i look at ancient textiles from the middle east, asia, and americas, i realize how much more colorful and vibrant our ancient world was compared to this synthetic commodified modernity… humans walking around in beautifully handcrafted and vivid garments, brown bodies painted with gold and silver and black, homes filled with cloths of intricate prints and patterns and pottery and painted exteriors… a pride in perfection and organic geometry and respect for the earth.. i realize more of the finer items we find still preserved today belonged to the high classes as certain materials were very expensive, but weaving specifically was something very special in some cultures and accessible for everyone, and all of the colors we see were dyes found in nature….💭