A NEW KIND OF ACQUIRING - A JOURNEY AROUND THE WORLD
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We know that lingering, looking around and feeling the fabrics in our location is an entirely different experience than a stroll through our online store. But as our doors are currently, unfortunately, closed for an indefinite period of time, we still want to be there for you. You can visit us in our virtual location around the clock, without being confined to any opening hours.
We are also adapting our service to make it as similar as possible to an actual visit to our showroom. Stefanie is there for you via telephone (+43 1 8906637) and by email . After all, we know many of you personally. Stefanie will offer you her advice regarding the composition of your wardrobe, answer your questions on fit, size, material and color and is also happy to demonstrate wearing and combination options for you via videotelephony.
Unfortunately, Toni will not be able to bring you a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, but maybe you can get someone else to fill in for him. Or maybe you want to create your own eigensinnig atmosphere in your home while choosing an eigensinnig piece from our online store.
The delivery services work perfectly, by the way. If you live in Vienna, we will deliver your order to your home within 3 hours by bike courier. For the rest of the world, we still offer express delivery; orders from Germany and Switzerland will be delivered within one working day.
Even though we do not stock black, avant-garde masks, you will find a number of other eigensinnig pieces in our online store that might make times like these a little better. And even if you have to stay at home, you can still let your mind travel. In this electronic letter, we have prepared a little journey around the world for you, from Japan via Copenhagen to London.
Stefanie Hofer & Toni Woldrich
CANDLES BY LAU (JAPAN) AND PARTS OF FOUR (PARIS)
We spend much more time at home these days. The metal-framed candles with their subtle ginger scent by Parts of Four or Lau’s unique, organic-looking candles that are reminiscent of crystals add some nature and sweet spice to our evenings and rooms which we are now discovering anew.
FRAGRANCES BY NUYIKE (JAPAN) AND
Speaking of fragrances: Invitations to enjoy a fragrant journey are extended by the creation ‘Orangerie’, which smells of bittersweet orange blossoms, and the nostalgic patchouli blend ‘Bouquiniste’ by Nuyike, as well as by Neandertal’s three experimental creations: the smokey-leathery ‘dark’, the hinoki-ambergris fragrance ‘light’ and the citric-peppery ‘us’, all bottled in rocklike flacons that add a little cave atmosphere to your home.
LEATHER BAGS, WALLETS AND
BELTS BY TAGLIOVIVO (ITALY)
Tagliovivo’s handmade leather creations are a tribute to nature and wildlife. They are untreated and therefore have an imperfect look – with a coarse surface marked by the weather and stain-like blotches, reminiscent of the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi.
SUNGLASSES BY RIGARDS
SCARVES AND SHAWLS BY FORME
D'EXPRESSION AND EIGENSINNIG WIEN
April is renowned for its capricious weather. Soft, handmade scarves and shawls, such as our own creations or Forme D’Expression’s summery-light version, protect cleavages from catching a cold – especially in times like these – during short walks to get some fresh air.
MONIES: UNIQUE JEWELRY MADE OF
BLACK WOOD AND HORN (COPENHAGEN)
The dark pieces of jewelry for cleavages and wrists present themselves as puristic and reduced and are guaranteed to become eigensinnig eye-catchers.
LEATHER JACKETS LOCKE (♀) AND MUSIL (♂)
LOOSE AND SLIM FITS BY
In the women’s collection, unique loose avant-garde pieces such as Hemingway, Sloterdijk and Hesse enjoy being combined with classic individual items with slim silhouettes that have been enriched with eigensinnig details – such as Sokrates, Eschenbach or Chomsky. Men now spend their time in the summer coat Comte, the double-layered sweater Aristoteles and the deconstructed trousers Diderot, or in the casual sports jacket Corbusier and the classic trousers Veblen, which can be perfectly complemented with the narrow avant-garde tie Lilla.
MEN’S AVANT-GARDE FROM MUNICH
Simon Hannibal Fischer manufactures suits for everyday use as well as extravagant creations, some of them with sprawling trousers and atypical sports jackets. You can also discover airy shirts made of linen and cotton, which are ideal for the currently slowly rising temperatures, online or via a video call with Stefanie Hofer.
BY DANIEL ANDRESEN (ANTWERP)
Only a few pieces exist worldwide of Daniel Andresen’s avant-garde knitwear creations made of linen and cotton. The asymmetries and natural irregularities of the cardigans, sweaters, tops and dresses convey the (unbearable?) lightness of being and lift a weight off everyday life.
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