Tag: artisans

Soulayman, timeless bath towels with pompons

Soulayman was born at the seaside An idea born from a journey. An idea that has (…)

Rakhis – new collection

Rakhis bracelet In 2005, I draw my first rakhis bracelet for Samdjhna, indian NGO.The idea remains, (…)

Pollux collection – V.Barkowski bath linen in white and grey

Pollux collection, in white and grey For the V. Barkowski brand i play with timelessness, as (…)

Valerie Barkowski’s workplace

The V.Barkowski bath linen is sold at Couleur Locale, concept store in Knokke, Belgium. On their (…)

Warang Wayan – a japanese designer in Marrakech

I like to stage my creations but also those of others. I combine or separate them, (…)

A black table setting

On the table I ALSO like monochromes and contrasts. Here i enjoyed playing with all my (…)

Mekong+ paper mache

For over two years I work with the NGO Mekong+ in Vietnam. One of the crafts (…)

Discoroz – Bed linen

This bedlinen was born in India more than 10 years ago. True to my values, I (…)

V.Barkowski store

In life, there are « happy accidents », the V.Barkowski store is one of these… I had no intention (…)

Autumn lunch

Autumn lunch. Every season, the table is adorned with different elements. Simple, always… Welcoming too. Some (…)

Bags – the charcoal edition

Charcoal. With a nuanced and deep color. This is how I like my bags. Each style is (…)

Selvedge magazine

Selvedge, A UK magazine entirely decicated to textile. You can appreciate each page of this magazine (…)

Felt making in Jaïpur

The art of felt making. A workshop in Jaipur has a perfect knowledge of those rigorous (…)

Lifestyle in Dar Kawa – fragments

In Dar Kawa, style and personality are expressed in every detail. The decoration tells stories and (…)

100% Handmade bath towels

Handmade work is a « must » for me. It is a blend of expertise and (…)

Chikan hand embroidery in the Bandit Queen collection

Indian know-how is rich, precise and so varied. Among the techniques I have used there is (…)

NO-MAD in screen printing

NO-MAD in screen printing Screen printing is ancestral in India. It develops finesse, precision, know-how. Screen (…)