First contemporary book on gloves, created with the base of the THOMASINE glove design during 10 years and through the vision of great variety of photographers, artists, designers and journalists.

Independent publication curated and made by Thomasine Barnekow.

Printer: NPN Drukkers, Netherlands


Reigning Men 1715-2015

THOMASINE couture for Walter Van Beirendonck featured in book on 300 years of menswear fashion history.

LACMA Los Angeles

Publisher: Delmonico Prestel, USA


Terrific Fashion

THOMASINE gloves and couture featured in a terrific selection of fashion design:
photo by Coco Amardeil

Author: Cristina Morozzi

Publisher: 24 Ore Cultura, Italy


Martinas Modevärld book

Inspirational style book featuring THOMASINE design:
DUBLIN long glove with sequin velour back
Couture glove "Oscar Neimeyer"

Author: Martina Bonnier

Publisher: Bonnier Fakta, Stockholm, Sweden


Dream the World Awake

THOMASINE couture gloves, masks and harnesses for Walter van Beirendonck collections CLOUD9 SS2011, LUST NEVER SLEEPS AW2012 and SILENT SECRETS SS2012 featured in international book publication.

Author: Walter van Beirendonck

Publisher: Lanno Publishers,Tielt, Belgium


Experimental Pattern Sourcebook

Inspirational pattern book featuring THOMASINE design:
THOMASINE couture Precious Zipper glove
THOMASINE couture Pink mitaine from Premiere Vision exhibition 2009
Inherited Style - fashion textile collection from 2006
Couture textile design from Malhia Kent work in Paris 2005

Author: Jackie Herald
Publisher: Rockport UK


Fashion & Accessories

Inspirational fashion book with a chapter of gloves: Thomasine Barnekow is presented with her collection Peau Précieuse.
Book published in English, Dutch and Spanish.

Publisher: ArtEZ & TERRA,
the Netherlands


DAE Graduation Book

Graduation collection Peau Précieuse hand made
by Thomasine Barnekow.

The beginning point of the concept of viewing gloves as soft jewelery.

Design Academy Eindhoven
the Netherlands


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