Thursday, December 18, 2008

Post Souk@Sat

Posting this a little late, but I needed more time to recover than I thought I would. It is amazing what happens when you slow down- your body catches up and says it needs some serious couch time.
So onward... here are some of the lines that I shared space with in the baby room. All our lines were so completely different that it really offered a great amount of choice for the baby booming customers.



A nice alternative to using plastic and wondering what is seeping into our kids food when used at a high heat.

This bed set for cribs is by Poids Plume, Catherine offers great aesthetics for the modern parent.

Karine of La puce a L'agonie, offered some truly cute animal ears for the girly girls out there.
For some reason I don't have photo of BIBU bibs. Sorry Andrea, I must have become distracted. Well if you are on the look out for a vintage fabric bibs of smurfs, star wars or other equally rare vintage fabric creations. Contact her for a walk down your memory lane.
And last but not least was Lyne's hand made baby sock ( you can see a photo in a past post) called petit peton.

For those people who asked about the guitar print being made into slings and change pads. Good news-I managed to find 60 meters of it this week and will either be putting into sling/ kimono production or change pad/blanket production. Any suggestions? What does everyone envision them turning into? You can see the guitar print in a past post. I'm partial to a sling and kimono, for all those musician/ rock n roll dads out there. It seems a lot of the men coming to my table wanted a cool sling to carry their baby so stay tuned I picked up some fabric with them in mind and shall do some new models in XL and XXL,as my large size just does not do for the guys out there. I do listen.
These wooden robots were my heavy favorite from the show. A line called TARU. Alexandre, the designer does not have a web site as of yet but you can contact him directly through email. Lucky me his wife, Elsa, is taking one of my slings and trading three of his robots for one.

Here are a few other designers that really caught my eye:

Norwegian wood- designed by Angie, who makes these eye catching owls and pillows that look like logs.
Raplapla- does these amazing dolls that have their own individualities.
Pollen- by Julie, who does these broaches which are like antique lace with appliques on it. Don't quite know how she does it. But her gold fish broaches were cool.
Madara does these stuffed fish with japanese fabrics that would make a gorgeous mobile in a childs room.
Honeyflower was the place to go if wanted something sweet smelling and good for your skin. Picked something up for my son's dry skin. Angela also has a store you should go check out at
54 Duluth ave E. (between St. Laurent and St. Denis)
Montreal, Quebec
Mouvement has a collection of clothes that uses bias tape in satins and natural weaves and turns them into scarves , skirts and coming possibly soon hats...

cheers,
L.

2 comments:

tatsuko said...

Sounds and looks like it was a great show!!! Glad it went to well for you, and that you met so many cool designers ...

Tracy said...

The guitar print would make awesome kimono/slings!