Edelkoort Editions produces its own trend publications
In collaboration with highly-talented stylists and photographers these inspirational tools become sophisticated image banks for creatives all around the world. Since 1992, Edelkoort Editons has published View on Colour, Bloom and InView magazines; inspiring advertising-free visual publications that are design tools for creative professionals working in fashion, interiors, beauty and lifestyle. If you would like to purchase one of our photos or would like to get more information, please write to us and mention the reference number of the image or slide the photo into your message.
Bloom Magazine was created in 1998 in response to the ever-growing lifestyles inspired by trends in flowers, plants and gardening.
Bloom is the first magazine of its kind to analyse the major trends in horticulture with informative and inspirational photography and texts, and their relation to the fashion, interior and industrial design, architecture, packaging, cosmetics, and food industries. It speaks to all levels of the industry, from hybrid creators to growers, buyers, distributors, retailers and florists.
It is also destined for a much wider public as well as students and professionals; all those keen on photography, horticulture and contemporary creation
Bloom is produced in collaboration with several highly talented artists, stylists, designers and photographers. We enjoy sharing and promoting the work of the new talents we discover. Lending horticulture a new voice through the creativity of these contemporary artists, we wish to stimulate all our readers’ senses and imagination. We choose to publish an advertising-free magazine, allowing our readers to be fully immersed in our captivating stories.
A New Textile Trend Magazine
“There is an urgent need to fill the void and bring contemporary textile design into the 21st century”, says Lidewij Edelkoort, world-renowned trend forecaster and Dean of Hybrid Studies at The New School, Parsons School of Design.
We are currently experiencing a return to textiles and their cultural expressions. TALKING TEXTILES is a new trend magazine about the textile industry, looking at how fashion design starts to focus on fabric, how interior design brings back upholstery and how art students reach out to the loom. There is a renewed interest in material processes and an urgency to understand what products are made of. Emerging companies are reintroducing arts and crafts and the recycling of scraps to not let anything go to waste.
Trend moods for spring/summer 2018 and autumn/winter 2018-19 are featured. Other trend stories include: quilting, prints & textile fragments, upholstery fabrics, rugs & flooring, graduate talent from across Europe and the United States, haute couture, 3D printing & technology, industrial mills, indigo dyeing, boro boro, aprons, upcycling, hand looms, textile art & more!
To promote the survival of the different textile expressions, the first ever New York Textile Month was initiated, a celebration of textiles all over the city and its boroughs. The first issue of TALKING TEXTILES also reflects topics linked to this festival’s events, helping readers understand how to embrace the fabrics of life. For more information: www.textilemonth.nyc
View On Colour
View on Colour’s goal is to speak the language of colour and creativity to inform and inspire professionals all over the world.
The first issue of View on Colour was published in October 1992 and it was currently published four times a year. View on Colour investigates colour trends and explains how they will influence different areas of the market such as fashion, textiles and yarns, design, cosmetics, automobiles, art, cuisine, and many more.
The trend information is given through thought-provoking photography, drawings and text, all created specifically for the magazine. The magazine has received several international awards and is free of advertising.