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20101006

TOKYO Vienna BUDAPESZT


... luckily there was time enough for me to visit Première Classe (where I also bumped into Camille, but that's another story) and talk to my favourite shoe designers ever, Simone and Yuji from Rosa Mosa ...

lookbook images by Manfred Veigl

... their spring 2011 collection remains faithful to what Rosa Mosa stands for - not overly delicate shoe models, raw wooden soles, massive heels, and then there's also a little bit of that omnipresent cloggy thing, absolutely delightful everything ...


... and I'm always curious to find out about the particular twist which they will give to their collection, they usually dig up some very rare and almost extinct handcrafting technique which they will quote (such as the wonderful leather blue-print collection - there is a reminder of that one with the almost batik-looking leather) ...


... this time round it was the white sheets with colourful threads woven through the structure of the material which they saw on the benches of a Hungarian church (!) that got them thinking, so they actually found someone (in Hungary) who produced these embroidered (is it embroidery, in English, actually? some kind of, no?) white textiles for them. Ah ! ...

3 commentaires:

carmen a dit…

ich finde die schuhe super mit zehn ausrufezeichen! fünf ausrufezeichen kommen noch für die handwerkliche leistung und die story dazu. und ein kostenloses advertorial für parisvienne auf m.e.t.r.o.n.o.m., wenn du mir den baum verrätst, auf dem das modell BUDAPESZT wächst. herziche grüße aus tokyo**

daniel_k a dit…

tja, soviel zum musthave accessory der NÄCHSTEN saison, wenn du da wieder vor-/eingeladen wirst

die wachsen am baum, der in der redaktion der konkurrenz steht.

denn: es gibt immer eine. konkurrenz.

wann ist gemeindebau? (nehme auch antworten per mail entgegen ;p)

carmen a dit…

was ist "mail"?
(verzeihung, ich bin unmöglich)

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