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Month: August, 2009

Inspired Origami Bags

With her innovative flare, Gal Feldman has captured the spirit of the ancient Japanese art of origami in which paper is folded and pleated.  Creating origami-like sculptural evening bags using geometric folds and crease patterns in fine Italian leather, she enchants our romantic spirit,  “An evening bag is like a jewel – it’s a statement,”  Gal says.  Metallic shades of earthy moody tones casts a nice dimension of  lightness and movement.

Koyuki Cloche Bag

15×15 Patchwork With Prestige

15+x+15+By+BuskVadum+No.+9 A new concept on a traditional garment, the tunic, by the Danish design house Buskvadum.

The style is from exclusive leftover designer silk fabrics from couture houses throughout the fashion world, all numbered by hand and all being unique, no 2 are identical.

By cutting the silk into squares of 15 x 15 cm, you achieve a fabulous patchwork with styles that come out in very different variations.

“I think this is what people love. Using beautiful fabric leftovers, not wasting anything.  It makes this collection ‘green’
and reflecting time so well.”    Charlotte Vadum, designer

15×15 by Buskvadum

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