"a woman under the influence" doesn't feature either summer- nor winter dresses. Choosing a dress shouldn't depend on the weather. There is always something to wear under or over it.
More upcoming trends for autumn/fall at mija t. rosa? Quite important ist something that designers like to call bolero, cape, pelerine, poncho, shoulder scarf, stola or cloak. For "a woman under the influence" I have a piece made of merino-wool and of course hand made. Amongst knitting artists there is a german word for that type of garment which I really like and have never heard of before:
is an artist and lives and works in vienna. She shows her painting this September at the Kulturzentrum Schloss Seyring (Opening on the 4th of September 2009 at 7 pm), on the 8th of September from 7 pm at the Schleifmühlgasse 12-14 in vienna and on the 18th of September in St. Pölten, Kremsergasse 12
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Initially I was asked to sum up in 5 words what trends my current collection proposes for the upcoming season. And I didn't want to make it easy for myself and sayYuck!, that word, "trend" yuckyuckyuck. So here are 5 attempts to lift the curtain a little and reveal a few things about "a woman under the influence" a/w 09/10.
Number 1: black rubber boots
Rubber boots are an exhaustless topic. The website http://www.rubber-boots.de/ was active from 2002 until 2006 and was solely about that congenial piece of clothing. One thing you can learn there for example:
Until the beginning of the seventies, Semperit was producing its boots at the factory for rubber products at Wimpassing south of vienna. These boots had the imprint "Made in Austria" jaust beside the Semperit Logo on the sole. Later, they were made for the whole european makret in Slovenia, Czechia or in Germany (Semperitfactory Deggendorf in Bavaria).
The image shows a part of the shaft of these legendary Semperit rubber boots or Semperpress-boots (did't wat to lift the lid too much). Next to come: "Top 5 Trends by mija t. rosa" Number 2-4.
von Noeten has a long term presence in the linklist, now I am happy to indroduce the person:
is a travelling academic and currently working on her PhD at the University of Indiana. For that reason she lives in Bloomington, Indiana, USA, together with husband and dog. Only a year ago she wasn't married yet but finishing her MA in cognitive science at the University College Dublin in Ireland…
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