Dosa space in Los Angeles.

What I love about Dosa is the simplicity that is reflected in every piece they make. The six thousand square foot space in Downtown Los Angeles is the house for the entire collection, the place is charged with creative energy. There is a combination of humble details and textures from the collection that fill the space effortless.  Dosa uses vintage textiles and recycled materials from many countries including: India, Mexico, Turkey and sewing techniques like  patchwork and appliquéd. Most of the pieces are hand made. Dosa also has a line for ware house including poufs, hand woven khadi cotton towels and much more. I really enjoyed visiting the space and meeting them. Christina Kim and Jennifer Cheh are responsible for the collections at Dosa, they were of great help to explain the incredible amount of work that goes into every piece.

 

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Dosa space in Los Angeles.

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I fell in love with these “mexican papel picado”  they used to soften the loft structure.

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A great piece showcasing the home collection for summer 2012, it reminded me so much of Bali wood work.

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Scarf from 2012 collection.

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Oxacan rebozo scarf.

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Scarves with appliquéd technique.

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Photos Via: my iPhone 4G

I’m crazy about….

…this awesome bag!!! at the Maison & Objet Fair by German designer Pia Pasalk. The handle is made of real ceramic, very strong and durable. The body of the purse is made out real leather and vintage canvas fabric. It’s a piece of art more than a bag, but you can also try to wear it with a nice worn down pair of jeans and a nice white button up shirt. I’m not and expert in the matter, but I would suggest. :-)

designer bags with ceramic handles

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