Before leaving the city for a long weekend at the sea (hello, wave of hot air!) take a look at this airy collab of two Latvian brands: M Couture and INCH2. A match made in heaven (pardon the pun) has resulted in a footwear capsule collection perfect for long walks at the seaside. Choose from summery espadrilles, sky blue brogues and sea sand ankle boots – all available at the online shop.
Pirms pametat pilsētu uz garu nedēļas nogali tiešā jūras/ūdeņu tuvumā, iepazīstieties ar divu Latvijas zīmolu – M Couture un INCH2 – sadarbības projektu. Debešķīgā kapsulkolekcija piedāvā apavus garām pastaigām pa smilšainu liedagu: no mākoņziliem brogiem (brogues) līdz viegliem vasaras zābaciņiem. Visi apavu modeļi nopērkami INCH2 interneta veikalā.
Foto: Vika Anisko
The Tourist is the brainchild of Latvian fashion designer Agnese Narņicka (ONE WOLF). For Autumn/Winter 2015/2016 she went through stacks of encyclopaedias and studied various species of insects to come up with this brilliant idea - a bow tie in the shape of an actual butterfly. Collection 'The Tourist' is a tale about the forever young traveler and explorer who is obsessed with his dream to discover a new kind of butterfly the world has never seen before.
If you ask me, Positivus music festival is all about making new acquaintances. Some years ago it was where I met Helene, the Estonian graphic designer. We've stayed in various contacts ever since - one of them includes me going to Helene's place in Tallin and making her wear a dress entirely made of Post-it's.
Quick question - do you read and do you like discounts? Keep reading if you just said yes. Some time ago I introduced you to STACK. Now, meet his younger brother - Sampler. To put it short, Sampler is the best way to buy single issues of independent magazines.
Nine birds stand for nine friends of Malvine's. I'm very honoured to be among them. Malvine had asked each of us to share a personal story or a practical wisdom that she could inspire from for the collection you now see here. My story goes along the lines that nothing is either black or white and there's no such thing as one truth.
There are the occasional weight watchers, cat video watchers and vase watchers. I humbly admit to belong to the latter. Since some time I've started bringing home vases from my trips abroad. It's not an obsession and rather practical thinking as this kind of souvenirs are actually useful.