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up-and-coming UK-based fashion designer Georgia Hardinge who agreed to share her awesome Fall 2011 collection in which the designer explored the sculptural and two-dimensionality of skeletons. Inspired by the morbid imageries taken by Joel Peter Witkin, the runway set featured tops, dresses and leggings with abstract monochromatic skeletal prints, and later followed by an off-white ensemble of textural leather garments with layered pleats and fold details.

Dress with interesting use of fabric manipulation to create a textured pattern through folds // Georgia Hardinge I really like the look of this technique it reminds me of the stitch and slash we used in class.

'Scallop' decorative acoustic wall tiles by textile designer Anne Kyyrö Quinn. 100% felt. The surfaces add softness & texture to the room but also dramatically reduce noise levels. via Fast Company

Scallop by Anne Kyyrö Quinn The textile designer created a series of decorative acoustic wall tiles using felt. The surfaces add softness and texture to the room but also dramatically reduce noise levels Product Design

3D texture hand-sewn fabric manipulation

interessante / Textiles Design - creative fabric manipulation with hand-sewn fabric, cut & opened up to form dimensional patterns in the surface // Giles Miller Studio

'Escapism' dress | Designed by Iris van Herpen, The Netherlands, and Daniel Widrig, Germany, 2011 Produced by Materialise, Belgium | Photo ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London

IRIS VAN HERPEN, Escapism Dress ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London. TIME Magazine names Iris van Herpen’s printed dress one of the 50 Best Inventions of the wedding style