- small goods
- East Asia
- East Coast
- Latin America
- Le Marché
- Los Angeles
- New York
- North America
- San Francisco
Blame it on the Bandoneon specialises in reinvoking the aesthetic of early 20th century design and applying it to modern fashion. All of our designs are inspired by the culture around Tango and Tango music, with the decorative patterns used to adorn the bodies of Tango instruments featuring heavily.
Vegetable-tanned leather bags with original natural marks. Iron accessories are hand-made from ancient chains.
Dresses and skirts from upholstery remnants, antique bedspreads, and tablecloths.
The designs are consistent, but the fabrics are unique, so no two women will wear the identical dress.
If you build something that will last 50 years or longer, it should also be looking nice for a very long time, so we build tables which we think will be looking good in many years as well as they do today. That might be very hard to do, but we try. For me it would be a success if the grandchildren still like the table.
We make only women’s pants, from high quality fabrics. Our workshop is in the showroom in Berlin.
What better way to honor the life and death of a tree than to turn part of it into a beautiful and useful object? A humble sometimes very long life is there to be shared.
Letterpress is rare and special. It’s a 500 year-old tradition. It is a different experience from computer printing and sometimes faster.
Budi processes all the spices herself from fresh into powder and makes her own curry mixtures and roasted cumin.
Wir sind Berlins einzige Mehlmanufaktur und als solche bieten wir eine große Palette an unterschiedlichen Mehlen an. Bei uns lernen Sie
z.B., wie viele unterschiedliche Weizensorten es gibt oder auch, warum man mit Hirsemehl allein kein Brot backen kann.
“Usually we are cheaper than the discounters, because there’s no middleman.”