September 16, 2015
I’ve just rediscovered the excellent Hackwith Design House. I really like the simplicity and ease of the line. As well as the considered usage of fabrics and details. These kinds of muted colours and relaxed proportions remind me of my flax and stone post as well as certain 1980s styles (in a good way.) Hackwith Design house was founded by Lisa Hackwith in 2010 and aims to create unique clothing in small batches, usually only 25 pieces. The clothes are intended to be season-less – something I am very much on board with. In addition to the main line, Hackwith also offers a lovely basics range using a favourite fabric of mine, Tencel as well a swim line and a curated selection of other designer/makers products. All in all a very beautiful corner of the internet.
All images from Hackwith Design House