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boh-dee for your baw-dee

PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:22 am
by vice
surprised to not see any [emily adams] bode talk on care tags. i'm pretty sure i found out about her on the instagram explore tab but i'm enthralled.

the pieces are primarily made from vintage textiles with varying original functions. (tea towels, table cloths, quilts, curtains, etc.) they are usually one or few-of-a-kind as a result of this crate-digging approach. some pieces are hand made with contemporary fabrics in india.

obviously the pieces and fabrics themselves are unique because of the low amount made, but i'm really impressed at how fresh all of the garments look. her approach really reminds me of needles rebuilds, but with a more satisfying execution. i think she has a great handle on arranging the fabrics in interesting and tasteful ways.

i'm already a huge fan and am excited to see what more is to come in the future.

i could go on for a while but i'll let the pic dump do the talking

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bonus pic of me. i bought this indigo shirt-jacket made from strips of cotton from the ivory coast, love the paneling

Re: boh-dee for your baw-dee

PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:21 am
by bels
Where did you buy the stuff? Off Instagram?
I like the cut on stone of the trousers

Re: boh-dee for your baw-dee

PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:25 pm
by Julio
i was looking at tres bien's selection the other day. unfamiliar to me but really good stuff, quite like the patchwork and quilted things. lace bowling shirt is great too
https://tres-bien.com/bode