i belong to these people who have troubles taking on all sorts of new technical advices. for me a pensioner’s mobile phone would work best. i had to change my phone the other week for some reason and it took me ages to figure out how to only post a simple picture. what a technical dwarf i am! we have more or less worked all weekend, however, at least started the day by visiting the local fleamarket. i was once more impressed by the amount of pickles this lady seems to be able to produce from week to week. she is certainly never running out of stock. also her hungarian sausages looked very promising and i was tempted to buy some, but the queue was just too long and i had to head back to the studio to take the freshly tie-dyed uppers out of the dyeing bath- but that’s in fact top secret because it will be part of our collection rosa mosa ss12. and therefore- pssssst for now!
we are meeting this mister almost daily at the moment, since he is working for one of the major austrian shipping companies, and we are due to deliver our entire rosa mosa 2011 fall/winter collection now. today he finds mentioning here since we were really impressed by the accuracy his turban is tied up with. this beautiful indian cotton piece is 3,5 meters long and is draped every morning by himself (and not by his wife as he insists) during summermonths. today was the beautiful blue day, but we have seen it on him in a total of 10 colours already. you make our busy days bright mister, and we are watching out for some funky prints now!
I am sorry it took us a while to get it online, butÂ here it is: the link for all of you who couldn’t make it to view our show atÂ vienna’s ethnographical museum: http://vimeo.com/25657839
Besides a snap shot of peter holzinger of vienna’s ‘Samstag’ shop where rosa mosa men’sÂ shoes are currently sold, viewed backstage in a pair of our men’sÂ sandals.