THE FOURTH WAVE
Week four, and we’re half way through the experiment. Already the bags are finding their place in the world; there seem to be a couple of channels that the bags are pulled towards. This week the bags find themselves in the hands of new wave of people, all women this time. Entirely by chance, two of them happen to be make-up artists.
CAMILLA MCDONALD has received the Split Wedge. She has been the Design Coordinator over at Alfred Dunhill for the last couple of years, taking it from strength to strength. Dunhill, as many of you will know, is one of the UK’s best leather goods companies. It’s good to see one of my handbags making it’s way back to them; a few months ago I approached Tomasz Nosarzewski, their lead craftsman for some advice on a particular leather technique, which he was very happy to discuss. I’ll be interested to see what he makes of my latest work.
LINDA ANDERSSON has taken the Flat Iron from Emma, her fellow country-woman. It turns out theres there’s quite a power-pack of Swedes involved in fashion in the capital. Linda is a make-up artist who’s work has been featured in everything from Vice to Harrods. I don’t know enough about make-up to do her work justice, perhaps not surprisingly, so I recommend you take a look at it here..
ZOE LAZARUS The Kettle Bell seems to have developed a sisterly theme; after the Cartner-Morley sibling passover, it has been handed to Zoe Lazarus, the current participant’s sister-in-law. Zoe is a cultural anthropologist at LoweCounsel, who specialise in catching trends before they even know they’re happening. #medievalchic
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Once again, huge thanks for those involved in the 4.4.8. It’s amazing to see these bags pass through so many exciting hands. We were just featured in today’s TownDaily as it happens; for those interested the link is
Watch this space for the midweek update….