Pictures via Mooris.ch.
Today I want to share with you one of my favourite labels: CARIBLANCO CLOTHING. The talented graphic designer Fabiana Kuhn worked and lived in Barcelona and Zurich and has settled down in Costa Rica, from where she applies her knowledge of art and design in her surprising collections.
DESIGN – REUSE – REMADE: Fabiana creates clothing and graphic application, she selects the best in vintage clothing and she remades customized vintage clothing by adding a value to every piece and giving it a vanguardian spirit that makes every piece unique and special. She gets her inspiration by films,music, art, design and open minded people.
Love it ♡
pictures via CARIBLANCO, thank you!
CARIBLANCO on instagram: cariblanco_clothing
Have a look at “Elements of magic”, the collection of my friend Michael van der Meide for Spring 2012. For this shoot he worked together with the dancer Natasja Bode and the photographer Brenda de Vries. He developed the prints in photoshop in a kaleidoscopic kind of way with a lot of symmetry. The motives are inspired by the underwater world and the inside of a giant shell, which had beautiful mother of pearl in it. This collection, which consisted of 20 looks, was shown and presented at the Prêt-à-porter fashion fair in Paris in September 2011 in the Green Orange collective Wave up.
Collection: Michael van der Meide
Editorial photography: Brenda de Vries
Model: Natasja Bode
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my friends Sandra, Tamara and Tanja from Manguus Label and Shop in Chur, Switzerland. Their lovely shop in the old city part of Chur is now 1 year old and this will be celebrated on 17.09.2011 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Arcas 23 in 7000 Chur. Get a piece of cake and have a look at their new collection of handmade children articles.
Don’t miss to go to the Bits&Bobs store this Friday and Saturday to have a look at the collection of BOLSOPASEO. BOLSOPASEO will be guest at Bits&Bobs store to show and sell their nice leather accessories and bags. All the articles from BOLSOPASEO are designed in Switzerland and produced in Central America. Have a look at their website to learn more about the label.
BOLSO PASEO at Bits&Bobs
Friday& Saturday 24.-25.06.11
Here are my new favourite articles from Bits&Bobs, taken last Saturday while I was attending to the Bits&Bobs. I love the variety of the different goods and I always discover nice things when I’m there!
Organic cotton scarves from BECKSONDERGAARD.
Hand drawn bicycle sketches from Louise Isbjørn.
Chopping boards from troismiettes.
Hand made pottery bowls, cups and mugs from Irma Siegwart.
Alice bands from Lisbeth Dahl.
Open from Tuesday to Friday from 11.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The new collection from Cneeon Berlin is published. The Fall/Winter collection called “Iris” is dominated by prints, knits and elaborated patterns, as we are used to see from Cneeon. The flowers and patterns remind me of traditional Japanese patterns and kimonos. I love their brave combinations and colours, especially the crazy leggings and the knitted jackets and scarves. For further informations about the label you can visit their website and their webshop. A big thank you to Clara for sharing the pictures with me and good luck with the new collection!
My friend Daiana has been to London and has made pictures from nice shop concepts for me to show you in my blog. Starting with LABOUR AND WAIT, situated in the Spitalfields quarter. LABOUR AND WAIT is a very nice store with household and garden accessories, clothes and nice things to buy as a gift. Have a look there!
LABOUR AND WAIT, 58 Redchurch street, London E2
The Egg store is situated in Kinnerton Street and catches with the nice shop concept all in white. I love white parquet floors! The shop is selling clothes as well as fabrics.
Egg, 37 Kinnerton Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 8ES
A big thank you to Daiana Camastra for sharing the pics with me ♥
I have received pictures from my friend Michael van der Meide from Holland. He has a new collection called “burnig desire”. I like very much the different brown tones, the patterns and the models he worked with. Some styles remind me of traditional Indian Saris I have seen on my travels to India. I’m looking forward to his next collection! All the fabrics are printed with inkjet technology.