Title Textile Design in the Digital Age
Author Tamasin Doe
Complex prints, an unlimited palette and imagery that reaches the outer limits of the imagination: digital technologies have enabled fashion designers to achieve a whole new level of creativity. Armed with pixels and the latest printing techniques, they have overwhelmed our senses with colour and pattern. Textile Design in the Digital Age showcases 30 designers from across the industry, from haute couture houses such as Dolce & Gabbana to rising stars such as Mary Katrantzou to small, innovative studios such as the Taiwanese label Fabitoria. Using their sketches, catwalk looks and original prints, the book is an invaluable resource for anyone fascinated by fashion. This visual delight is packed with fabulous creations and inspirations that have given rise to the explosion of interest in state-of-the-art textile design.