In the rough Berlin's big-city pavement, rarely do we find a woman, which seems so closely connected with nature, such as Adele Logan Helmers. The American like to dress in bright, flowing fabrics. Helmers works, as you would be with yourself and the world in line. A position to your recently gelaunchtes Label byAdèle reflect.
The debut collection comprised of twelve parts. The Looks are reduced to a minimalist, almost, spraying at the same time, but with a touch of romance. But, above all, the pieces made of pure plant materials are produced.
sustainability, as the Supreme Credo
The studied designer graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design. Grew up in South Carolina, a hub of the American textile industry, she discovered early the world of fabrics and yarns for themselves. But Logan Helmers also know that their passion has a great flaw. Textile and fashion industry are still the biggest polluters in the world – and, not infrequently, a humanitarian Dilemma lies behind the business with the clothes.
The concept for her own Label, and therefore was quickly. Sustainability should be the Supreme Credo. On her many trips to Logan Helmers noticed how much the craftsmanship and attention to Detail away from the Western consumer culture in the textile hand-work. The Knowledge is passed down often through generations from mother to daughter. byAdèle focuses on this tradition-rich, female-influenced creativity. It starts with the brand name. Logan Helmers is the sixth descendant who carries on the maternal side the name of Adele. byAdèle is therefore also a tribute to the women in the family.images
your supply chain built Logan Helmers by hand. Suitable cooperation partners for the production of exclusive fabrics, the designer found in the Philippines. Handmade the women make the finest on-the-spot, silk leaves similar yarns from fibers of Pineapple. The resulting woven fabric is different in the feel and look of conventional silk.
in addition, the Label of vintage fabrics from a family operating from Afghanistan. The subsequent sewing work is carried out, also by hand, by a Poland-based mother-daughter Duo. The shipping Logan Helmers of Berlin from self-care. Here you can also turns many of your fabrics in your kitchen with food waste, like onion skins. The result is impressive.Updated Date: 20 July 2020, 14:19