Trash Couture pioneers of Ethical Fashion & one of tout dans les détails superstars. Aligned with their ecological principles, the brand only uses materials like natural silks, cotton, recycled vintage laces and recycled couture fabrics hence the name, Trash-Couture. The collections are hand –coloured, sculptured and sewn from the Trash-Couture atelier in Denmark, which reduces landfill waste, minimisation of over-production and full control with working conditions and rights.
Trash-Couture’s collections are inspired by nature’s adventure. One of the defining successes of the brand is the original signature baroque N’Roll style and the philosophy of using ecologically desirable materials, which is very recognisable, valuable and rare.
Satomi Kawakita work combines an unusual organic sense of beauty with impeccable craftsmanship, resulting in jewellery true to her style and vision. She appreciates and finds a mystique and unlimited beauty in natural gems, minerals and metals, and she always aspires to turn these materials into wearable jewelry using her own unique approach.
I want to move to a small Sicilian village & say I do in Italian
No one does détail like vanity fair!
Title: Sicilian Wedding
Magazine: Vanity Fair Italy July 2011
Photographer: Signe Vilstrup
Models: Luisa Bianchin, Samuele Visentin
Stylist: Simone Guidarelli
September wedding-suspenders for lui a great way to add a touch of colour and a whole lot of style
Blousy pale tree peonies, Dutch garden roses, and charm-like bleeding hearts are made all the more vivid by the contrast of burgundy Japanese maple leaves. Tied with a silvery-brown silk ribbon, this sweet-smelling cascade exudes romance.
Daffodils, yellow tulips or even daisies combined with white and yellow linens and place settings.
photo via camille styles