Hikaru Noguchi’s repair with Darning$19.00
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This book introduces in detail the tools and materials necessary for darning, basic techniques, as well as new arrangements according to the items and materials you want to fix and the parts.
Darning, a country that has been using things for a long time, is a repair technique that revives the clothes you want to wear carefully, such as perforated sweaters and socks, slightly damaged denim, and your favorite shirts with stains.
67 points of “repair” examples full of ideas that you will never get tired of looking at.
Paperback: 104 pages
Publisher: Japan vogue (2020)
Language : Japanese
Hikaru Noguchi moved to England from Japan in 1989 to study constructed textiles, specialising in knit, having previously taken a degree in graphic design at Musashino Art University in her native Tokyo. Finding a measure of artistic freedom and stimulation in England which she had not found in Japan, she stayed on after completing her studies at Middlesex University to take up knitted textile design work, developing new and innovative textiles for furnishings, scarves, bags and garments.
This direction has led to her collaboration with a number of British designers including Tom Dixon, Top Shop and projects for Barneys, Browns, Paul Smith women, Takashimaya New York and many other stores.
Her work has developed to mix texture, colour and hand knit qualities. With influences from traditional knit patterns and techniques, such as fair- isle, Aran, embroidery and stripe. Sources of inspiration are diverse, from flea markets all over the world to paintings of De Chirico. She seeks a look that is both sophisticated and quirky, achieved through unusual juxtapositions of colour and texture. Throughout, her fundamental theme is one of joie de vivre.
Hikaru has participated in many shows and exhibitions all over the world, and her work is sold in boutiques and department stores in London, Paris, New York, Tokyo, and elsewhere.
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