Plaid Shawl 1
Plaid Shawl 1
The plaids are inspired by the materials, textures and colors of my handbags collection.
Especially Linen, Wool and the warm tone of the brass locks and the vegetable tanned leather gave the main color inspiration.
All plaids have a repeating stripe pattern, that is once in a while interrupted by a small stripe or single thread in a different color.
These `disruptors´ should emphasize the handmade character of the shawls.
In the Japanese aesthetic concept Wabi Sabi, imperfections are worshiped as true beauty.
The plaids are made in a combination of Italian wool and Swedish linen, perfect for a summer evening or a walk at the seaside.
With the size of the plaid you can wrap yourself inside or throw it over your shoulder and show the luxurious elegance of the plaid.
Each plaid is unique and one of a kind.
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Meet The Designer
AGNES NORDENHOLZ is the label of the designer Agnes Schorer that was founded 2015 in Berlin.
The brand´s aims are to create products with a „soul“, which resist the fast moving society of our time.
Agnes has chosen the tradition of craftsmanship and high-quality materials, which are processed in compliance with ethical and sustainable guidelines in Europe, creating a product with value:
Agnes was born and raised in Tübingen, Germany.
She headed to Vienna to become a trained dressmaker and to study fashion design
at the university of applied arts in Vienna. under Marc Bohan, Helmut Lang and Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
After 14 years as a co-founder and designer of the label Hartmann Nordenholz, Agnes moved to Berlin to go `back to the roots´ and to continue her work under the name AGNES NORDENHOLZ, Nordenholz being the maiden name of her grandmother.
One of her greatgrandfathers was born in Berlin. He worked as a merchant in the woolbusiness for one of the biggest European woolcompanies.
Another one was a leather tanner and later on trader for leather goods.
It seems natural, that her favorite materials are wool, leather and linen.