Vases with capes; Vanity fair
The elegance splashes of the paper (or your screen), looking at this gorgeous sharp angled beauty.
Her clean pentagon shaped geometric figure is charmingly accentuated by the long fluently running floats, that are draped down her neckline. The rich mix of pastel coloured yarns used to create this stole like cape, are brilliantly reflected by al her stately surfaces. Embellishment done by hand with lush decorated tassels, is the, very seductive, icing on the cake that makes you want to keep watching and watching and watching her. This stunner never gets bored and that can be quite handy to have around to pass some time during this Covid-19 era.
&k Amsterdam mirror vase 6 corners
Cape: weave with long floats with wool, polyester, linen, cotton and lurex yarns, all left over yarns.
Décor all white
Vases with capes
Décor, lighting, photography by Tim Stet
Cape design and execution by Roos Soetekouw
Concept and Art direction by Kim de Groot
Edition of 10
Other sizes and print types available on request.