Selvedge magazine offers the world's finest textile photography, unparalleled design and peerless writing. Directed towards an international, discerning audience, Selvedge covers fine textiles in every context: fine art, interiors, fashion, travel and shopping. It is published every other month.
The trial issue features an interview by Yoshiko Wada with African-American quilter
Effie Mae Howard
, Jessica Hemmings chats to dancer-turned-designer
and Catherine Howard investigates the social and cultural manifestations of the
use of feathers in South America.
Other features include a section on
discussing the latest tends and essential ideas, a section
listing international exhibitions, fairs and up comings events as well as a section on
newly released books.
Issue 100 Anniversary: look back and move forward
PATCHWORK A Life in Clothes | MIDCENTURY MODERN An Enduring Look | 100% STYLE Iris Apfel at One Hundred | BACK TOGETHER The Selvedge World Fair | GOOD NATURE Behind the Hill and Coloured Cotton | COLLECTORS Edith Durham and Guido Goldman | HOUSE STYLE Sybil Colefax and the Decorating Business | THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’ The Market for Craft | OVER TO YOU Your Favourites From the First One Hundred Issues | COTTONOPOLIS Textile Towns: Manchester | BLANKET COVERAGE Art is All We Have Left: Gaston Ulgade | SCRATCHING THE SURFACE The Quilts of Abigail Booth | CRYSTAL GAZING The Future is Handmade | CODESWITCH The Quilts of Sanford Biggers | FINDERS KEEPERS A Life Amongst Clothes | PLUS Sanford Biggers, Banner Makers, and the Pre-Raphaelites