The long wait for a long skirt is over. I designed this skirt bearing in mind that is easy to move in, but still has a sleek design. The slit in the back makes adds to this idea. The fabric is painted with a big brush of silver ink. The irregularities add to the appeal and makes each item unique.
A fully lined, slightly a line skirt with an all over mint colored print. The hem of the skirt a-symmetric. The model is wearing a medium, which is pinned back so the size is an actual medium/large. The fabric is a viscose polyester mix and can be washed at 30C in the machine.
Special edition LARA blouse. This print is a cut out paper flower that I transferred into a screen and then printed with a white puff ink. The puff is pretty subtle, but combined with the pink the flowers really pop off and brighten your mood! I love the erratic feel of the print and the artisan feel of the technique. This blouse is only printed in a edition of two. So a very unique piece. Lay in a field of flowers and daydream all you want! Of course you can wash this in the machine at 30C.
This special edition INNIE had bright red dots screen printed all over. Scattered in different sizes popping of the screen! This nice, warm, comfy sweater is really one of my favorites! It exist with and without print, depending on your taste for color. I tried to combine all the elements of your favorite winter sweater into one design. There is a surprise in the back, the fabric folds over each other and almost resembles and old fashion armor. The fabric is mega warm, its a boiled wool mix. Let those snowy (or rainy) days come! The INNIE is finished inside with a soft grey bias. It’s beautiful inside and out!
The brush strokes on this dress make it unique. Because of the times we live in I can not go screen printing, so hand painting is the new trend! I combined three different colors and made a scattered pattern on the organic jersey cotton. You can wear it as is, or with a belt. It’s super comfy yet unique! Wash on 30C in the machine, the colors will remain.