With 2020 in the house, we asked Elementum founder and designer Daniela Pais to share with us her thoughts about the new year and reflect with us on January, the time for new beginnings. She took us back to her back, to the start of 2007 and to the beginning of Elementum - her Master's thesis 'Clothing Species'.
A little while ago we visited our friends Miguel Neto and Paula Violante, both inspiring and amazing ceramists, for an autumn photoshoot in their studio. We wanted to learn a bit more about them, their inspirations, their work and may be a little more about the connection between fashion and ceramics. Enjoy.
In a colourful palette and beautiful tiles, Lisbon rolls out its typical streets and endows you with easy enjoyment, letting you wander its beautiful limestone cobbled streets to discover every corner of the city. Effortlessly beautiful and warmly welcoming, Lisbon’s long history and conscious modernizing make it a serene and inspiring European Capital.
Sustainable fashion is about more than just organic cotton. From the fabrics we source to the packaging we use, to the way we make our clothes, we’re working to minimize the negative impact the fashion industry has on our planet. We believe in slow fashion, buying fewer and better, sourcing materials with respect for the earth, transparent supply chains, and valuing the people involved at every stage of the production process.
Next weekend we will be at the most amazing market of sustainable products &services happening in Portugal.The Organii Ecomarket will take place in Lisbon at Armazém 16 Marvila. On 27 & 28 of October from 10h to 20h. More info at: www.organii.comSee you there?