Inside the Jan/Feb 2005 Issue
Vol. 31 No. 4
ABOVE: Crinkle-pleated garments by Ray Harris. Photo: Arno. Both designers are featured in Leesa Ann Hubbell’s “Artwear or Fashion?” article on page 38.
BOLD STROKES AND LAYERS OF NUANCE
by Jessica Hemmings
In the collaborative work of Laurie Schafer and Doshi, strong individual styles complement and inspire each other.
A CLASSIC MENU
by Jessica Hemmings and Sunita Patterson
Bread, cheese, and chocolate—a diner’s delight. But have you considered these foods for wearable concoctions?
ARTWEAR OR FASHION?
by Leesa Ann Hubbell
An industry veteran shares her thoughts on artwear today and what we call it.
With highlights of the September wholesale shows in New York.
GARY AND CAROL ANN HIXON: DECKED OUT AND DOWN TO EARTH
by Lynn Cornelius Jablonski
This Colorado couple shares their enthusiasm for artwear by bringing top-quality work to their community.
HATS: THE PINNACLE OF WEARABLE ART
by Sunita Patterson
A heads-up on art hats.
ABOVE: Victoria May, The Bodhisattva (detail), 2004; organza, shells, canvas headblock, steel stand. This Buddha-inspired headpiece is one of a series (see others in our art-hat portfolio, page 50). The only one she’s made that has a positive connotation, it symbolizes a far-reaching sense of calm and contentment.
Fiber Intrigues at SOFA Chicago
Walter Nottingham Honored
Fiber Hot Spots
Where to See Wearable Art
Sara Tse: Vanished Garments in Porcelain
Our Readers’ Wearable Art
Special Interests: The Art of Politics
Alice Kettle’s Mythscapes
Art Quilts/New England
News & Notes
Current & Coming
Competitions & Opportunities
Education & Travel