Category Archives: Design

Design Work, Take Off Your Shirt

This beautiful dress is made by Latvian fashion designer Ingrīda Zābere.

Agne Kuzmickaite, Igrida Zabere, Kaetlin Kaljuvee Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013/14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dress is made  from 8 shirts. More about www.recycled.lv here

 

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Design Talks, The Future of Retail

Wednesday, March 13 Westerdals School of Communication is hosting a seminar The Future of Retail.TFOR_programme_last

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Design Work, Conversation with Magazine DEKO

In summer, while I was in Riga,  I met the editor-in-chief  of Latvian Interior magazine DEKO Agnese for a conversation about design. We talked about Latvian design, Scandinavian design and how does  it feel to be a Latvian designer in Scandinavia.

You can read it in the last issue of  DEKO 

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Design Finds, Pretty Smooth

I’m always impressed with good graphic design:

Pretty Smooth opens Juni 8, Oslo, Hegdehaugsveien

 

 

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Design Work, Akkurat,Ja has moved

On previous  blog www.vesma.info I was telling about my experience trying to make a production line for home furniture. For example, a line Akkurat, Ja.

The prototypes have been at my home for a year and now I know what kind of adjustments I need to do. In the meantime: the table has moved to the kids room, but the bench: to the staircase.

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Design Finds, Style Me Romy

Finally I’ve found a stylist that I could trust: Romy Frydman. She is Sydney based and truly obsessed with Muiccia ( the same here).

I find her styling very fresh and intelligent. Here is her blog:

www. stylemeromy.com


Design Travel, Hong Kong: Isabel Marant Store Opening

I’m a big fan of Isabel Marant’s store interiors and since today is an opening of the Marant’s  third boutique in Hong Kong (10 Ice House Street, Central), I had to post the first pictures available on the net.

Isabel Marant’s stores have the same laid-back attitude like her fashion has. Seems to me, she manages not overthink things and that is so refreshing in our postmodernist interior world.

picture via www.marantphiles.com and www.superfuture.com

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