Giles Deacon and Happy Socks released a limited edition ‘weeks worth of socks’ for each 7 days of the week. The seven socks will be presented in a collectable and numbered box; only 1,000 limited edition boxes will be produced. 25% of the price will directly benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation since it is worlds aids day today. Designed by Giles to reflect his sense of humour and penchant for colourful design this will be a must have for the fashion focused sock obsessive.
The Co-lab is limited to Opening Ceremony (New York), Dover Street Market (London), Corso Commo (Milan), Lane Crawford (Hong Kong), Colette (Paris) and Blue Blood (Netherlands). There are only 8 boxes available in the Netherlands (Blue Blood store P.C.Hooftstraat), for reservations please e-mail email@example.com.
The box will be available from tomorrow!
We have told you about Malababa’s elegant and original fashion accessories before. At the moment we sell their skull purses and wallets at our P.C. Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat stores. We at Blue Blood love skulls, and certainly in combination with black leather.
Please let us know what you think!
Malababa was created in 1997 as a fashion accessory design and creation project; Ana Carrasco was the driving force behind the concept. In early 2003, building on Malababa’s presence in over thirty points of sales across Spain, Malababa began its foray into the international market. Madrid City is the birthplace of each handmade piece of the collection. Since then and in less than five years of path in the fashion world it has been consolidated as one of the essentials firm of accessories worldwide.
The originality and elegance of its designs, the richness and high quality of its materials, the versatility and personality of its pieces have created the unmistakable Malababa style.
Malababa is now available at Blue Blood, so come to one of our stores and check out the tasteful collection.
Provocative with a wink to the fashion industry and some of its biggest heroes.
Moving from hectic London to cool but small Amsterdam, graphic designer Zoe Karssen decided to combine het two biggest passions: fashion and graphic design.
Fascinated by the seventies, tattoos, photography, illustration, underground music and art, Zoe has no trouble feeling constantly inspired by her surroundings, friends and colleagues in the fashion industry.
The petite girl with a big personality gets to live out her dream of producing a small number of hand drawn tees. Each one provocative with a wink to the fashion industry and some of its biggest heroes. She created tees for herself and her friends to help carry out their extravagant lifestyles.
The response to Zoe’s tongue and cheek designs are beyond any of her expectations. With some of Holland’s most influential stylists already using some of the samples, Zoe’s passion project seems off to good start.
Each design comes in a limited edition of a 100 pieces.
Every t-shirt is individually numbered by hand.
The latest addition to her range: Paris Can Wait is available at Blue blood stores now.
The t-shirt range from 59,99 euros
Our fellow Dutchies Viktor & Rolf, showed their collection @ the Paris Fashion Week last week. We’re proud to say that we’re from Amsterdam and part of that might have something to do with V&R. Amsterdam once was only famous for legalized soft drugs and prostitution. But now we’re internationally known for architecture, design and fashion. Don’t you agree with us that V&R did a great job on their SS10 collection…
Now for a little more in-depth info of the 1 of the 2 hotspots we displayed in yesterday’s post.
First of all MERCI, an amazing concept store which is also environment-friendly. How so? MERCI is from the people of Bonpoint, who have created an concept store with luxury product ranging from flowers, to fashion to one-off crafted homewear items and art of which the profits go to charity in Madagascar.
Top brands have dedicated collections especially to MERCI. In the shop you will encounter pieces from, amongst others, Isabel Marant, Jérôme Dreyfuss, Marni, Paul & Joe, Stella McCartney, Swildens, Christian Tortu, and YSL.
A good thing seeing that the top brands are all conceding their profit margins to charities in Madagascar. The place in general has a more lifestyle feel to it than a regular shop. The Charity books section, a very New York inspired place where you can rest with a tea or coffee while reading. Books are second hand, in many languages and come from donations. Other things:
- The Annick Goutal laboratory to create your own fragrance.
- An old fashion haberdashery shop where you can buy top buttons, ribbons and zippers
- The flower shop by Christian Tortu
That’s not all folks! We will keep you up to date…
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