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Vegan Moccasins

Vegan Moccasins

Brooklyn designer Kristen Lombardi works with three craftspeople to make each of her moccasins by hand, carefully stitched and gathered, overlaid with geometric cut-outs. And  if you like the look but don’t wear animal products, Lombardi also sells vegan versions of her designs. Please take…

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Reminder of Meesterlijk

Reminder of Meesterlijk

Where can you buy objects directly from their makers? Designers, fashion designers and craftsmen? At MEESTERLIJK– contemporary fair for design and crafts. RAI Amsterdam – september 24  –  oktober 2, 2011 More info at their site

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Scandinavian design

Scandinavian design

Once up on a time we lived in the United States of America. To be more precise we lived in the middle of nowhere in a tiny little place called Watkinsville, Georgia. Just like now we had our own Atelier and made our own line…

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Hues of grey

Hues of grey

Young Parisian designer Julliette Hoffmann creates exclusively knit garments. From lightly woven jersey to sculptural knitting, all done in beautiful hues of grey. I hardly could find any information on the web about Julliette but I liked to show you these beautiful garments, fabric and…

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Hussein Chalayan “Récits de Mode “

Hussein Chalayan “Récits de Mode “

I wish I was going to Paris to see, Hussein Chalayan, récits de mode, 5 July–13 November 2011, Les Arts Décoratifs. Musée Des Arts Décoratifs in Paris is hosting the first big retrospective of Hussein Chalayan’s work since he began in the mid 90’s. Presenting…

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Woven fabrics

Woven fabrics

A thirst for technical innovation and a passionate sensitivity for color are the motivating force of Margo Selby’s work. Margo trained at Chelsea College of Art and Design and followed this with a postgraduate degree at The Royal College of Art (RCA), graduating in 2001….

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Textile design

Textile design

In the July / August edition of Elle Decoration is a nice article written on Dutch textile designer Hellen van Berkel. It’s about Hellen designs but we also get a glimpse of the renovated farmhouse where Helen and her family lives. After graduating from the…

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Dramatic shapes on the catwalk

Dramatic shapes on the catwalk

Hurry maybe there are still some tickets! The annual graduation show of the Fashion Department, Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen is a celebration of fashion, bringing together some 6.000 spectators from all over the world! Students from all four years show their work on the catwalk. Last…

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Extreme jewelry

Extreme jewelry

Horn, shed antlers, amber, seeds, coconuts shells, coral, wood, leather, and fiber are only a few of the materials  jewelry designer Dandi Maestre uses to make her large and extreme pieces. Through her work she wants to create a dialogue with the natural world. I…

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Living in the future

Living in the future

Lidewij Edelkoort is a Dutch trend setter forcaster, she constantly lives in the future… Lidewij  designed and curates the really interesting site Trendtablet.com, the site shows how trends grow, evolve and flow; how they interact with our daily life. While browsing this site I came…

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