The Nomad Atelier Blog

24 minutes with Rita Britton

Young aspiring journalist Catheryne Kelly takes note on a guru’s fashion philosophy in just under half an hour.

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Moving Forward with Adaptable Design

Looking for new approaches to design, we ask ourselves what is relevant in 2017?

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Adamley Mill

In search of a new print design for our summer silks, we pay a visit to Adamley textiles mill in the heart of Langley.

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Response to Manchester Attack

A message received from Manchester Rabbi Y. Reuven Rubin, moving words in these difficult times.

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Changing the seasons

With fashion giant H&M’s new announcement that their Studio collection will be joining the see-now buy-now schedule. It seems the immediate-availability movement’s growing membership has another big victory.  So how is this business approach affecting us?

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Picasso Linocuts @ The Cooper

The Cooper Gallery, a 4-minute walk away from Nomad Atelier is now showing 17 Expressionist linocut prints made by Picasso in the late 1950s and early 60s.

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Fashion in Flux

Although BREXIT is likely to cause uncountable difficult changes to British fashion, we consider how a revision of the industry has the potential to improve some of fashion’s biggest problems.

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From MP to Museum Director

is Labour’s loss the art sector’s gain?

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