New Trend Alert: Sustainabe Knitwear
Hi Trendies! Take your nana’s needles out of the closet cause this trend will give you DIY vibes! Whatever the occasion, wrap up with something comfortable from knit jumpers to knit hats. This spring comes in a knit.
Nong Rak, translation to ‘young love’ is two-person interdisciplinary collusion, where a Thai and an American owned capricious creative studio centered in wearable fiber art design, sustainable knitwear design, photography, and styling – as well as working with sourcing and selling vintage/ antique clothing and various art.
Described as “superorganic wearable fiber art”, their ethereally fuzzy brushed mohair pieces have attracted a sizable following. The couple was floored by the “sudden, unexpected positive response” to their e-commerce collections since they only started knitting in 2021. Each drop ends quickly to sold out so stay alert.
Coming from Nothern Ireland here is the bold, chunky and colorful Hope Macaulay.
Hope Macaulay pioneers and creates sustainable, feel-good Colossal Knits and expressive painted garments. The owner that gives the name to the brand, Hope began working on her brand and by 2020, and emerged as an inspiring, slow fashion, global brand, hailed by the fashion world as dopamine dressing, and with a loyal following on social media.
Hope also creates large expressive collaged paintings and transforms them into prints, combined with carefully constructed detailed beadings and playful garment designs. Hope’s creations are not a representation of reality but a world in which you may find in your dreams, inspired by her fascination with the mind, distortion, reality, and surrealism. Hope’s garments are wearable pieces of art, that are bold and vivid experiences, each telling a dream-like story.
Don’t miss our latest lauches.
Is knitwear a part of Haute Couture then Emma Gudmundson would be the Jean-Paul Gaultier of the big needles Making seductive dresses from scratch, Experimenting with the knitting machine, fluid lines, and color, Swedish-based Emma Gudmundson is committed to zero-waste.
Emma Gudmundson after leaving her family’s business to pursue her true passion for design, Emma Gudmundson graduated from The Swedish School of Textiles in 2020. Focused on experimental knitwear with a sustainable approach, each piece is handcrafted with exquisite attention to detail using a domestic knitting machine. Awash with color and vibrancy, expect dresses that are intricate in construction, visually stimulating in appearance, and utterly irresistible in the finish.
*Like what you’ve read about the 2022 Trendy Mid-century Living rooms? Feel free to share on your social media by using the super-easy share buttons on the left! If you want to see other decor and interior trends just click here.*| Don’t forget to follow us on our social media, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Welcome to the new era of interior design
تصميم داخلي - تنفيذ - تأثيث