My latest collaboration is with fringe, Paris a newly opened café situated in the Marais. At fringe Textile No. is an integrated part of the interior, with No. 9 - napkins on the tables and No. 4 - Tea Towels in the kitchen. Furthermore I have designed breadbaskets and aprons exclusively for fringe. The owner, Jeff Hargrove, is an exquisite and internationally known photographer with a love for great coffee. His passions come together perfectly at fringe, a coffee bar and photography space that serves single origin specialty coffee, tea and chocolat with simple healthy food. Besides food and coffee they also offer a selection of photography books and magazines.The people at fringe focus on craftsmanship in everything they do and I am proud that my textiles are used at the café.
Danish Week at fringe: To celebrate the collaboration, Jeff Hargrove has invited me to exhibit my Textile No. collection at the café during Paris Design Week. From september 2-9 fringe will be focused on danish design and food. Throughout the week they will serve Danish food made with Danish ingredients. The 3. of september at 15.00, we will throw an opening party and you are all invited for coffee and danish cake. The first 15 visitors will get a napkin No. 9 as a gift. During the week I will be at the café showing my collection and I could not think of a better place to exhibit. At fringe my linen textiles can be experienced in its natural environment as a functional and aesthetic kitchen tool. The perfect showroom for Textile No.
If you would like to arrange a meeting please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org or just come by the café from 2-9 September between 8:30-17:30 at 106, rue de Turenne 75003 Paris. If you do not manage to come within the opening hours we can be open later on request. Facebook event here.
Photo: Jeff Hargrove