From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?

From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?

Creations in hand-made style are always appreciated an exclusivity, creativity, originality. But that level on which "homemade products" were deduced by designers of Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke, should impress. And even if you hardly will venture to put on these multi-colored karabinchik, paper clips, chains and others plastic beauty, to have a look and estimate a flight of fancy precisely costs!

All this necklace and bracelets were presented within a spring-and-summer collection 2012 on which a design duet the trip from London to Beydzhin inspired.

Accessories were made by a brand of Borba Margo which is made by designers of Anderson Borba and Jessika Margo. Their "man-made" masterpieces are usually executed from skin, metal and a fabric, and, creating them, designers are guided by a principle «to find something fresh and unusual in everyday stereotypes, changing a point of view until stamps did not turn into something unique and poetical».

Without any fluctuations, it once again was possible to them with reference to the Basso & Brooke collection. Only have a look, as at once and brightly trivial rings for keys, plastic chains and paper clips in hands of masters began to sound. Connected and combined in a whole, they simply strike imagination with the asimmetrichnost and juicy summer flowers.

Therefore, if at you in boxes of a desktop the writing trifle was overlooked, safely start it and make by next summer own "ukrashatelny" masterpieces. Basso & Brooke together with Borba gave OK!

From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?
From what of what Basso & Brooke scenery are made …?