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style enthusiast based in skostredet. I want to be exuberated!

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Did You Pack Your Bags Yourself?

No, I didn't... 

Computer love. No Zapp in sight.
Bon Voyage!

Photos: NotBent

Thursday, 8 December 2011

150,000 mm Installation

150,000 mm in three colours is a site specific Pop-Up installation designed and installed by Julian Preiss and Paul la Tourelle.
We invited Paul and Julian to curate an installation at the T-MICHAEL and Norwegian Rain shop in Oslo. This is what the creatives came up with.
Three x 50,000 mm elastic thread cones; red, yellow and pink, radiate from a street light outside the shop. The threads converge towards the shop's glass facade, cascading through it then 'illuminates' on the inside of the shop's window across the glass.
150,000 mm is designed to engage both the private and public space of the shop's interior and the street outside.
The installation can be viewed at T-MICHAEL Oslo, Kirkegt 20.

Julian and Paul both work as architects in Oslo.

all photos by Steffen Aaland except iPhone photos by T

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

T-MICHAEL Leather Bags Collection II

My second bag collection. This time taking inspiration from everyday movements from A-B. Daily commuting or weekend escapades. Functional, beautifully crafted leather goods with a luxurious feel.
All the bags conceal a great amount of detailing. The T MAC conceals an inner black shearling love!
The T BAG has various compartments such as a spectacles case for storing your sunglasses, your phone  in a separate case and sections for your shoes and shirts. It actually zips open and expands to contain that extra shoe or that guilty pleasure you bought on your week trip away!

Here they are:
As always Italian leather, designed at Skostredet and handcrafted in Portugal.
Brown, Black, Tan and Racing green.
Available at T-MICHAEL Bergen, T-MICHAEL Oslo and OUKAN 71 Berlin.


Friday, 2 December 2011

COLLECTION II SHOES... whole line up.

Just got the pictures done for the lookbook.
Quite simply pictures that portray the shoes as they are. 
Well made, traditional shoes accentuated with contemporary touches.
I hope you enjoy them as I do.