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ASHA or AšA (pronounced a-sha) // means 'life' in Arabic, it also means 'truth', 'right working' and 'existence'.
ELEVEN // a number (particularly in repetition 11:11) known to represent the opening of an energetic gateway. In numerology it signifies intuition, insight and enlightenment.
Together, each of these represent the polarities and duality between our physical presence and purpose on this Earth (very NB!) and spiritual awakening which often takes us off this Earth (also very ok!).
Asha 11's approach considers awareness and consciousness towards PEOPLE + our PLANET.
Dorus Mhor celebrates the artistry of fine textiles through its application to jewellery.
Inspired by a lifelong passion for ornate textiles and with a Fine Art degree in Sculpture, British designer Elizabeth Bloom handcrafts exquisite tactile gems using carefully selected fabrics. These include a medley of monochromatic jewel-toned silks and limited edition prints that tell a unique story.
How it all began.
Scottish born designer Elizabeth Bloom grew up in the town famous for weaving the Chanel tweeds. With one grandfather a trained silversmith and the other an expert in weaving, it could be said that it was her destiny to create a unique marriage of metal and textiles. Taught from a young age to sew by her dressmaker mother, Elizabeth later graduated with a Fine Art degree in sculpture.
Along the way she rescued a few bin bags filled with remnants of ornate tweeds from Linton Tweeds. Too beautiful to throw away, but too small to do much with, it wasn’t until she stumbled upon a covered button maker on a crowded Vietnamese pavement while on a six month sabbatical that an idea was born.
Button making progressed onto bead making - and once a technique was developed, fabrics became finer and pieces more delicate.
After launching in London in 2011, Elizabeth spent three years in Chicago before moving to her husband’s home of Cape Town, where she now designs and hand crafts every piece from her home studio.
The name Dorus Mhor (the 'h' is silent) pays tribute to Elizabeth's idyllic childhood home in Scotland . The Gaelic translation literally means "great door".
The Fluorite collection showcases selected silks by Weston. These prints are created using high definition scans of rock crystals and minerals that “see inside” these small fragments, capturing unique inflections of bold colour and intricate print detail. A typical Weston scarf, with its crystal clear patterns and vibrant colours, shows a section of a mineral less than 1cm in diameter. Printed in world-renowned Como in Italy, the silks bring these images to life.
When FitFlop entered the scene in 2007 it was generally accepted that a shoe could not look good and feel great, especially after hours of wearing. They set about changing this one step at a time. Their mission is to empower you to live an active and fulfilled life. Supporting you from the ground up with the perfect combination of biomechanics, comfort and fashion.
FitFlop studies the movement of the body and engineer their shoes accordingly to promote optimal body alignment and complement your natural walking style. They design shoes to create the most even distribution of body weight possible. Each of their midsoles achieves this in a different way to complement the silhouette whilst keeping your feet feeling as happy at the end of the day as they do at the beginning.
The perfect way to spoil your loved ones!
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