I've now updated the design-section of my website to give an idea of what kind of sewing and design- work I've done in the past. The pictures are in two categories: clothing I've made for clients and for myself from scratch, and reconstructed pieces or garments made out of recycled materials.
I can't wait to post pictures of my current projects, a kimono and a wedding dress. I still have time for a few more orders this spring so let's see what happens...
Fräulein Frauke, one of the brightest stars of the European cabaret and burlesque world, visited me at my sewing and design studio last week! We brainstormed about both of our upcoming projects and thought about the different ways in which we could collaborate in the future.
Fräulein Frauke is a true artist and a multi-tasker. She tours the world performing, and at her hometurf in Stockholm she has started a nowadays well-established burlesque club from scratch. Her events bring the world's biggest cabaret and burlesque names together and are a truly inspiring way to spend an evening. Nothing to do this week's saturday (May the 6th)? It's time for Frauke's Bohemian Spring ball at Nalen, Stockholm!
Sometimes one evening of fabulousness isn't enough, and this year Stockholm is in for a treat when Frauke organises an epic 2-day event in October. I'm pleased to say my handprint will also be seen in the production! Can't wait to find out more and get started.
Not your average concert pianist! This blog is a work diary with updates about my life as a musician and designer.