All around us actions of violence and thoughts of fear precede due to stories of discrimination and hate. Yet the human spirit fights through adversities hoping for a tomorrow that is filled with peace and love.
Leonard Cohen once said ‘There is a crack in everything that is how light gets in’, drawing our focus to Wabi-Sabi, and its derivations of imperfection and transience. E.V. said ‘Like wildflowers you must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would’ inspiring our use of colours and textures using simple embroidery stitches to celebrate their existence. Through the handcraft of each piece we are conscious of the choices of process and material. Natural fabrics like handwoven Cottons & Denim and recycled textile remnants are incorporated through the use of Macrame.
Our Spring Summer Story finds beauty in imperfection. It finds love instead of hate. It searches for unity in diversity. It believe in stories where good wins over evil. It yearns for people not stereotypes, a horizon where colours merge and don’t determine your success or failure, a haven where your race doesn’t bind you or your gender doesn’t take away your rights. We focus on things from the inside-out bringing the human heart to the forefront and its ability to love and accept.