For me as a designer, it is the ultimate privilege to create swimwear that honors the strength of a confident woman, empowering her with stylish cuts and quality fabrics to truly make her comfortable” Paula Malm Berner. The newly invented Float design is an addition to the Icelandic bathing culture.
Paula is a Stockholm-based fashion designer and entrepreneur, educated at the Parsons School of Design in New York. Designer Unnur Valdís - an Icelandic mermaid and a wellbeing specialist, designed this product to add a new dimension to the water and bathing culture.
They are comfortably lost in Space - although on their own terms. Ragna Froda Acqua Alta is the italian word for the “High water”, phenomenon that occurs in the city of Venice.
This project is conceived from the idea of enhancing a cultural and historical heritage that belongs to us: the city of Venice.
Among them is the manufacturing of textiles, with a wide range of products created in the area.
No less important is the Murano glass craft, and the trade of spices and essences that are precious keys to Mediterranean’s business.
Aqua Alta designed by Giorgia Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto includes a series of objects strongly linked to the theme.
These can be summarized in a series of textiles (fabrics), a carpet, a series of fragrances correlated with diffuser, and a table lamp.
Our beaches are covered in plastic confetti and there really is nothing to celebrate.
Words by Lysbeth Bijlstra thirza schaap's instagram ”Not only is the swimsuit the single piece of clothing in which a woman reveals herself almost bare in public.
having the time for ”simple” things such as enjoying a long breakfast, have time to pick flowers while waking, Making my bed in a perfect way. I find my self being swept away by a new blue every week. when I see a new blue I become very happy in an uncomplicated way. Designed to create a total bliss moment and relaxation in water, whether in a manmade pool or in natural settings.