The Textile Institute and Bloomsbury Visual Arts are delighted to announce that they are in discussions to launch a new joint book series. The series is intended to be a world-leading collection of books in the fields of clothing design, fashion design and aesthetics and footwear design.
The series will include specialist research-based monographs, ‘text/reference’ titles providing detailed coverage of advanced topics and in-depth reviews of new and developing design-related topics in the areas of the author’s established expertise. The intention is for these books to be relevant to researchers, academics and postgraduate students. The books will generally fall under these topics but this is by no means an exhaustive list:
• Design aesthetics
• The influence of cultural and social attitudes and history on design
• Design retrospectives
• Anticipating change and forecasting
• Interpretation of design trends for specific audiences
The Textile Institute would like to invite potential authors to submit proposals.
The intention is that each book would be predominantly text based with approximately 80,000 words with 25-50 images, we encourage both monographs and edited collections.
Founded in 1910 as the international chartered professional body for textiles, clothing and footwear, The Textile Institute publishes books and journals in support of textile professionals worldwide.
Bloomsbury Visual Arts is the leading publisher in the fields of fashion, textiles and design, with a fast-growing presence in art history and visual culture, and architecture. The list contains works of high quality and cutting-edge scholarship alongside theory and practice texts for students, as well as ground-breaking digital products through its Bloomsbury Fashion Central platform and Applied Visual Arts, Design and Architecture libraries.