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Crafts, including weavings, are enjoying a huge revival in interior décor - Broad appeal - not just to weavers but also to anyone who is passionate about textiles and the handmade - Author Katie Treggiden and all featured weavers - including well-known makers Brent Wadden, Allyson Rousseau, Erin Riley, and Rachel Snack - have strong social media followings - Beautifully illustrated with colorful and inspiring images, behind-the-scenes shots of the weavers' studios, and photographs of the makers at work - Includes five in-depth thematic essays on weaving, it's history and revival today Weaving is an ancient craft with a fascinating history, and one that keeps evolving. Today it is being adopted and reinvented by makers in cities all over the world. From rugs and wall hangings to artistic installations and subversive interventions, contemporary expressions of the craft are as diverse as they are numerous. A feast for the eye, this book celebrates contemporary weaving and its makers, presenting a carefully curated selection of weavers alongside a rare glimpse into their worlds. In six in-depth and thematic essays, design expert and journalist Katie Treggiden explores the craft, its history, and the many faces of its current revival.
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With such an artful approach to men's and women's wear, it's not surprising Assembly's founder began his career in the art world. Greg Armas was at the helm of galleries before opening his store on the Lower East Side in 2008. A namesake line followed in 2012 and a second forward-thinking retail environment in Los Angeles three years later. In addition to their own label, Assembly New York and Los Angeles focus on international and otherwise independent designers who maintain an emphasis on craft and design as an ethos, regardless of trend.