Posts tagged "textile"
Bethnals

Bethnals

Wandering through the streets of East London during my last visit to this buzzing part of Britain’s capital, I stumbled up on the Bethnals pop-up brand store. Bethnals is a brand found by true Londoners working to blur the boundaries between men and women’s clothing, specialising in creating the ultimate denim. Undefined by gender and...
Fragments

Fragments

It’s that type of garment lots of people revile because it’s quite a task to keep them in pairs. We are talking about socks; an underestimated fashion item, a typical daily garment and the starting point of an interesting collection of ‘fragments’ made by designer Maud Hoeijmakers (22), who recently graduated from the Textile department...
Da Daa Shop

Da Daa Shop

I totally fell in love with the work of Anna Pirkola, a designer, interior and prop stylist. At her shop Da Daa Shop she offers amazing hand made and unique pieces ‘wallhanging’. Above you can find a few of my favourites. – Frankie –
Joelle Boers

Joelle Boers

Ever since she was a kid Joelle was busy making drawings and creating clothes for her Barbie dolls. After she finished her studies in Graphic Design, Photography & Styling she continued her journey at the Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts in Textile Design were she got her degree in 2011. After working as a stylist...
By Textielmuseum

By Textielmuseum

The Dutch Textielmuseum presents a new label By Textielmuseum: household textiles designed by famous Dutch designers. The collection exists of tea towels and table linnen designed by Viktor&Rolf, Studio Job, Studio Bertjan Pot, Scholten & Baijings, Studio Makkink & Bey, Studio Van Eijk & Van der Lubbe, Studio Wieki Somers, Kiki van Eijk, Raw Color,...
Lucy Hardcastle

Lucy Hardcastle

Lucy Hardcastle is a textile designer and recently graduated from Textile Design at Chelsea College of Art & Design. Next year she will be studying at the Royal Collage of Art, but this year she decided to work. She is working on print design with a few designers, doing some photographic assistent work and works...
Rali-Living

Rali-Living

Rali-Living is a home accessories brand by Rali. Rali is very passionated about interior and photography and loves to make things, so she decided to start her own label. She makes meaningful and functional products such as pillows and storage bags. You can really see that Rali loves to create patterns, she uses different pieces...
Hello Petersen

Hello Petersen

At Instagram I stumbled across a photo of a beautiful sweater. This ‘oui’ sweater looks perfect for the fall season. I found out that the makers are Petersen, Hello Petersen. Petersen is a Berlin based design house. They love the sea side, and get inspired by all things belonging to the sea: beaches, sandy feet,...
Fragment

Fragment

I’m totally in love with this beautiful collection named Fragment, by Room39. Room39 is the studio of Petra Green, a textile designer based in London (U.K.). She started Room39 in late 2010 ‘Room39 is a space inhabited by a brand of aesthetic with a distinctive preference for abstract patterns, bright colours and bold accents.’ You...
Graphic Playground

Graphic Playground

Graphic Playground is an independent design store and studio in Arnhem (NL). You can find unique design products produced in a small amount. Products like magazines, books, posters, interior products, textile, accessories and more. The aim of the store is to make design more accessible to a broader audience. The owner, Kim van Es, is...
Hanna Kolona

Hanna Kolona

Hanna Konola is an illustrator based in Finland. From here studio in Helsinki she works on different kind of projects, for clients in different industries such as textile, print, digital, products and spaces. I’m a big fan of her paper products, beautiful illustrations with bright colours. ‘I’m often interested in looking at everyday things and...
Workshop Natural Dye

Workshop Natural Dye

Last week I attended the workshop ‘Natural Dye’ at Klein Atelier Haarlem. A workshop about the craftsmanship of dyeing textile with natural pigments. We started with a presentation by Chara and Maris about the history of dyeing textile and what kind of natural pigments and technics you could use for production. They both support ‘slow...
Tas-ka

Tas-ka

Tas-ka is a design company by Dutch design duo Jantien Baas and Hester Worst. The Tas-ka collection consists textile designs, clothing, fashion- and living accessories. At the store in The Hague you can find the Tas-ka collection and other brands such as Hay, Marimekko and MT. The store is a very cheerful place with many...
Laure van Brempt

Laure van Brempt

The first time I saw the work of Laure van Brempt was at Tinsel. The beautiful curtain is a real eye-catcher. Laure is a textile designer based in Antwerp, Belgium. Her inspiration comes from almost anything: colour, texture, movies and paintings. She works together with different artists in different disciplines, she likes to combine personal...