Thanks to Kirstin Knox (the lady behind the Clothes whisper blog) for a preview. She touched on something quite sentimental – when she heard about the skulls made from Savile Row patterns – the first thing that came to her mind was Lee McQueen who began his career as an apprentice for one of the tailoring houses on Savile Row. To read the whole article please visit the Clothes Whisperer.
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ScrapbookA collection of things that caught my eye at narielwalla.tumblr.com
- RT @ResearchUAL: Charlotte Hodes new papercuts at New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge @narielwalla :) http://t.co/nppDHlbFOu 17 hours ago
- RT @ResearchUAL: The Grammar of Ornament New Papercuts and Ceramics by Charlotte Hodes, New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge, 2… 17 hours ago
- Your new #art #fix is waiting for you. Added beautiful pieces to my @DegreeArt profile. degreeart.com/users/hormazd-… http://t.co/4CH7rPMH5t 21 hours ago
- RT @HornimanMuseum: Today we're celebrating @PaoloViscardi's research into our mysterious merman: bit.ly/HM_Merman #mermania http://t… 1 day ago
- RT @Tate: #Matisse’s cut-outs have arrived at Tate Modern! Step back into the artist’s studio: ow.ly/vNLjV http://t.co/GrvoRevXUh 2 days ago