TEXTILE NO. exhibition at fringe during Paris Design Week
Karin Carlanders 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 Karin Carlander has 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.
Danish Week at fringe: To celebrate the collaboration, Jeff Hargrove has invited Karin Carlander to exhibit the 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. September 3 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. Karin Carlander could not think of a better place to exhibit her textile collection. At fringe the textiles can be experienced in its natural environment as a functional and aesthetic kitchen tool. The perfect showroom for Textile No.
Come by the café from 2-9 September between 8:30-17:30 at 106, rue de Turenne 75003 Paris. Facebook event here.
Photo: Jeff Hargrove