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HOUSE & HOME at ARTISANS & ADVENTURERS

 

Artisans + Adventurers aim is to be the go-to source for contemporary sustainable design: In addition to their in-house collections of jewellery and homeware, they champion other small brands and designer/makers with great product and a beautiful story.  

Accessories designer Amy Fleuriot and craft development expert Bee Friedmann first met in 2011 while walking their dogs in London Fields Park in Hackney, London. They quickly discovered a common love for design, animals, and sustainability, and set off together on a 6 week product research adventure to East Africa. It was this trip that provided the inspiration to start Artisans & Adventurers.

With it’s office and flagship store located on Columbia Road flower market in vibrant East London, Artisans & Adventurers gives traditional craft modern appeal by combining a minimalist aesthetic with a love of colour and print. Producing its collections in collaboration with small-scale artisans and craft groups that would otherwise not have access to international markets.

From chocolate to cushions, and jewellery to woven baskets, A&A’s goal is to bring a little bit of joy to every day objects. The nature of the global supply chain means our decisions as consumers affect people all around the world, so A&A strive to source products which bring as much joy to their creator as they do to the end customer.

 

We believe that every purchase can be made consciously to live a stylish sustainable lifestyle.

 

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The Galaxy Jewellery Collection by Artisans & Adventurers

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Artisans + Adventurers aim is to be the go-to source for contemporary sustainable design: In addition to their in-house collections of jewellery and homeware, Artisans & Adventurers champion other small brands and designer/makers with great product and a beautiful story.

THE GALAXY COLLECTION

 

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Accessories designer Amy Fleuriot and craft development expert Bee Friedmann first met in 2011 while walking their dogs in London Fields Park in Hackney, London. They quickly discovered a common love for design, animals, and sustainability, and set off together on a 6 week product research adventure to East Africa. It was this trip that provided the inspiration to start Artisans & Adventurers.

With it’s office and flagship store located on Columbia Road flower market in vibrant East London, Artisans & Adventurers gives traditional craft modern appeal by combining a minimalist aesthetic with a love of colour and print. Producing its collections in collaboration with small-scale artisans and craft groups that would otherwise not have access to international markets.

From chocolate to cushions, and jewellery to woven baskets, A&A’s goal is to bring a little bit of joy to every day objects. The nature of the global supply chain means our decisions as consumers affect people all around the world, so we strive to source products which bring as much joy to their creator as they do to the end customer.

They believe that every purchase can be made consciously to live a stylish sustainable lifestyle.

www.artisans-and-adventurers.com

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The Rag and Bone Man’s Christmas Gift Guide

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All available at The Rag and Bone Man

reve en vert S/S14 launch

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A Passion for Sustainable Fashion

SPRING/SUMMER 14 COLLECTIONS

Founders of rêve en vert, Cora Hilts and Natasha Tucker quickly became citizens of the world when their separate experiencesin New York, Hong Kong, Paris, London and beyond, crystallised into a dream they both shared even before they met through mutual friends. continue reading

Amnesty Shop at Boxpark – Sneak Preview

Things are well under way at the Amnesty Shop @ Boxpark – Lamb To Slaughter went down to Boxpark to have a sneak preview of the Amnesty Shop and their designers Pop Store this week.

Boxpark launches to the general public on Monday 28th November – with the official launch on Saturday 3rd December.  Rumours are that Dizzee Rascal will be opening Boxpark at 1pm that day – so get yourself down there.

The Amnesty Shop will be holding their press day on 1st December with Stuart Semple painting live within their shop – exciting stuff.  Limited editions will be available in store from Stuart Semple, Corrie Williamson, JimBob Arts, The New English as well as many other amazing products Amnesty produce.

Christmas shopping – here we come – a great way to give ethical, fairtrade gifts for your loved ones.

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