Weaving Iridescence

Author: Bobbie Irwin
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811765806
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Iridescent fabric shimmers and glows, changing colors depending on how the light hits it. Different colors appear in the folds and pleats, adding surprising layers of color to fabric. To the uninformed it appears magical and difficult, but the truth is that weaving iridescent fabric is accessible to any handweaver who knows the tricks. Bobbie Irwin has been teaching the techniques for weaving iridescence in person and through articles for more than ten years. In this book, she delivers her most comprehensive course yet, covering the details from how to evaluate and choose yarn to achieve your desired effect to the ways weave structure affects iridescence to the best uses for your iridescent fabric. Hands-on project instructions will have you exploring what you've learned right away. If you have been looking to add some shimmer to your weaving, this is the only book you will ever need!

Luxury Brand Management In Digital And Sustainable Times

Author: Michel Chevalier
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119706297
File Size: 45,37 MB
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Learn about the luxury brand industry from the inside out with this masterful and insightful resource The newly revised Fourth Edition of Luxury Brand Management in Digital and Sustainable Times delivers a timely re-examination of what constitutes the contemporary luxury brand landscape and the current trends that shape the sector. Distinguished experts and authors Michel Chevalier and Gerald Mazzalovo provide readers with a comprehensive treatment of the macro- and micro-economic aspects of management, communication, distribution, logistics, and creation in the luxury industry. Readers will learn about the growing importance of authenticity and sustainability in the management of fashion, perfume, cosmetics, spirits, hotels and hospitality, jewelry, and other luxury brands, as well as the strategic issues facing the companies featured in the book. The new edition offers: A new chapter on the “Luxury of Tomorrow,” with a particular focus on authenticity and durable development A completely revised chapter on “Communication in Digital Times,” which takes into account the digital dimension of brand identity and its implications on customer engagement activities and where the concept of Customer Journey is introduced as a key marketing tool A rewritten chapter on “Luxury Clients” that considers the geographical changes in luxury consumption Considerations on the emerging notion of “New Luxury” Major updates to the data and industry figures contained within the book and a new section dedicated to the hospitality industry New semiotic analytical tools developed from the authors’ contemporary brand management experiences Perfect for MA and MBA students, Luxury Brand Management also belongs on the bookshelves of marketing, branding, and advertising professionals who hope to increase their understanding of the major trends and drivers of success in this sector.

Handweaver Craftsman

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Esquire

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Acptc Proceedings

Author: Association of College Professors of Textiles and Clothing
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Elements Of Weaving

Author: Azalea Stuart Thorpe
Editor: Doubleday Books
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A T A Journal

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Men S Wear

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Unravelling Words And Weaving Water

Author: Vicuna
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Weaving Needlecraft Color Course

Author: William Justema
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File Size: 39,54 MB
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"This is a unique color guide prepared specifically for craftsmen who work with thread. It sets up standards of color purity ... and gives practical assistance in color selection, applicable to all thread crafts from weaving to needlepoint and macramé. Thirty-two pages are in full color"--Cover.

An Exhiblition Of Weaving Based On A Contemporary Interpretation Of Norwegian Aakl R

Author: Ellen S. Felix
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Encounter

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Encounter

Author: Stephen Spender
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The Indian Textile Journal

Author: Sorabji M. Rutnagur
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Catalog Of Sears Roebuck And Company

Author: Sears, Roebuck and Company
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Royal Dictionary English And French And French And English Compiled From The Dictionaries Of Johnson Todd By Professors Fleming And Tibbins

Author: Charles Fleming
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Islamic Art In Context

Author: Abrams, Harry N., Staff
Editor: Prentice Hall
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Robert Irwin delves deep into the cultures of the Islamic world to survey the exquisite arts of painting, architecture, porcelain, enamel, manuscript illumination, metalwork, calligraphy, textiles, and more. Including 217 illustrations, 148 in full color, the book covers the earliest foundations of Islam through the brilliant high point of the 17th century.

Islamic Art

Author: Robert Irwin
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Among the greatest and least understood areas of art is that of the Islamic nations and peoples. Robert Irwin, an expert in the arts of Islam and a compelling writer, takes the reader deep into the cultures in which some of the world's most splendid art was created. Working thematically, he surveys the refined and exquisite arts of porcelain, enamel, manuscript illumination, metalwork, calligraphy, textiles - and more - within a larger picture of a powerful faith, a profound tradition and a magnificent history. Writing in a lively and engaging style, Irwin places this complex art in context. He pays close attention to patronage, to how works of art are used and displayed, to the traditions within the Islamic cultures of fine craftsmanship, and to the shifting relationship of art to religious practice and belief.

Ornament

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