Tag: artisans

V.Barkowski photo shooting, model with harmonica

Happy chance. The happy model. I love my job for the fortuitous encounters that it sometimes (…)

IKAT

The original ikat The true original source of the ikat, nobody knows it. This ancestral technique (…)

Soulayman, timeless bath towels with pompons

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

More of V.Barkowski, a full dark grey home linen collection

V.Barkowski, an authentic brand To have time. Take time. A luxury. An ideal way to work (…)

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 (…)