Un-making Things 2018

Un-making Things has been a legacy of the V&A/RCA History of Design programme. During the last few years, it has evolved to include multidisciplinary perspectives to the discourse surrounding design history and practice. With the new 2018 editorial team, we intend to continue evolving and make academic research more accessible in the very short time

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Sixteenth Century Sardinian Lacis

The production of lace across Europe in the sixteenth century was a vital part of early modern fashion history. The elite desired lace as it was the ultimate status symbol. The complexity of lace making can be seen in its expansive production and design historiography.[1] There are three techniques used when making lace – lacis, bobbin

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