New vintage turquoise pants from secondLove! A few days back my very good friend Lisa opened up her shop again. The house next door to her shop was badly damaged by fire, and when the firemen put out the fire, thousands of litres of water poured down into her shop. Lisa and her family has worked very hard to get the shop up and running again, and she’s been to Rotterdam getting some seriously groovy stuff!
Make sure to pay her a visit in Østre skostredet.
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Pics by Martin Tuft Torvund
In my last post I wrote about the fabric I designed whilst I attended the digital weaving course at KHiB. This week I’ll show you a different fabric I designed with the help of Jon Pettersen, and dyed orange with textil chemist Lise Finnes assistance.
My guide on how to shop vintage online part 1 – where to shop was released right before christmas, now I think it’s time for part 2! How to shop vintage online part 2 revolves around measuring and fitting a vintage garment. I think we’ve all been there, drooling over some fabulous garment on Etsy or Ebay but still chose not to order because we were insecure about the size or fit. In this guide I’ll walk you through how to measure yourself and compare to a listing. Also, I’ll be sharing some of my knowledge from years of vintage shopping online – so you won’t make the same mistakes I did!
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