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Yesterday I gave two short circular textile printing workshops at the DWGWD festival, a Dutch sustainability festival for everyone who wants to take action to reduce climate change. The festival took place at BlueCity, the circular hub in Rotterdam. In this workshop - which I hosted together with my Living Colour partner-in-design Ilfa Siebenhaar - we taught participants how to dye and print fabrics and paper with natural pigments from waste streams.
January means fashion and textile trade fair month. The 8th Future Fabrics Expo in London presented the latest developments in sustainable...
Let's start the year by debunking on of the most repeated lines I've heard in the last two years. Namely: that fashion is the second...
Kukka is proud to showcase at Dutch Design Week! We take part in two exhibitions with our biodesign project Living Colour.
We showcased at London Design Festival! Kukka took part in the exhibition Colour Via at Surface Matter; an explorative exhibition which s...
Each season the team at the Pantone Color Institute creates the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report; a colour overview highlighting th...
On the occasion of the centennial celebrations of Wageningen University and Research (WUR) we were commissioned to design a piece for th...
While we're still in the middle of summer and I'm already working on collections for S/S 2019, the colour and fabric trends for A/W...
A week ago the new exhibition State of Fashion; Searching for the New Luxury opened in Arnhem. The exhibition and accompanying events are e...