Week end of the 24th and 25th September, hopefully everyone managed to find our relocation at Hichisson Road SE15, the sun shone, people came, clothes where tried on and purchased, we drank tea and ate cake and it was good.
Muslin shirts hanging in the studio ready for delivery.
“Caminante, No hay camino, se hace camino al andar”. Antonio Maado
“Wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking”
From Fabrics with History, by jackie Parsons
Debra Weiss’ new Fabric Works, each hand pieced and sewn textile is part of her no waste project. Composing with the scrap fabrics collected after the production of her clothing, Debra responds to relationships between color and form the same way one would make a painting or collage. Without cutting any of the scraps, Debra pieces fabrics together revealing compositions that excite and inspire. 18h
Bee, Bark & Moss
She was a dress maker at the turn of the last century who made radical loose flowing gowns which became an integral part of the portraits of her by Gustav Klimt. The gowns themselves did not sell well, for this she relied on more conventional designs. ref: www.messynessychic.com/2015/07/15/dressing-the-woman-in-gold-the-unknown-bohemian-designer-behind-the-paintings
Punchinello hat in an amazing indigo heavy weight drill.