Was very privileged yesterday by meeting Danish top chef Thomas Rode Andersen plus that he created a multitude of courses for me and a few others ( 😉 ). With the help of kitchen staff of Creation and paired with the different Creation wines. (Creation Wines is in the ‘Hemel en Aarde Vallei’ between Hermanus/Sandbaai […]
A stylish design ring made of South African Sterling Silver combined with naturally bonded crushed rock particles went to a customer in London (UK) and the ‘Wave of the Whale’ (same materials) found a home in Greyton, South Africa.
At last…. we opened the third online shop. Next to the 2 existing (photography/down-to-earth-jewellery. The new one highlights the Retro/Steampunk jewellery for which there is a growing interest amongst Tattoo Studios and Steampunk shops in South Africa and abroad. Here a few examples of what you can find there:
Besides the ‘Down-to-Earth’ range Yvonne de Wit also designs and created the ‘Retro Line’; re-using old plumbing material combined with other recyclable metals from diverse scrapyards. There is a growing interest in this jewellery range from tattoo and steampunk outlets within South Africa and abroad. Soon we will add an ‘Online Shop Retro‘ within this website. Have a preview:
Fashion Where Slavic Folklore Reigns of Agnieszka Osipa
Poland based costume designer Agnieszka Osipa creates a wardrobe for another world. Another time. Her creations turn modern women into mythic royalty — protectors of ancient lands.
She graduated from the Lodz Academy of Fine Arts, with diploma in fashion design.
Agnieszka Osipa rents out her costumes and also takes commissions — if ever you were in the market for a truly breathtaking, spellbound dress or crown for an occasion demanding nothing less than ethereal perfection, this should be your first stop.
Osipa draws inspiration from painting and folklore. As a girl, she was fascinated by folklore and felt inspired by Eastern European traditions. This surreal mythology has helped form her artistic style.
Polish designer Agnieszka Osipa’s creations feel like home to me, embodying a sort of feral holiness I associate with Slavic folklore…
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