• Skinny laMinx Roof Garden

    Introducing Roof Garden

    Behind the Skinny laMinx shop, a steel fire escape leads up to our production studio via a hot, bleak city rooftop. Over time, I’ve been adding plants to this scorched place, transforming it slowly into a spiky rooftop garden, populated with the sculptural forms of heat-loving aloes, cacti, euphorbia & more. The shapes, colours & …

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  • Skinny laMinx Brancusi Stripe Fabric in Shell

    Brancusi Stripe updated

    Last year we did a blog post about pink and green, and loved it so much, we decided to update our Brancusi Stripe print, adding in three new colourways in shell pink, forest green and spruce.   We’ll be releasing a couple more new colourways in some other old favourites soon, so sign up for …

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  • Week Darlings grouo

    Darlings at Design Joburg

    I’m so excited about the brand new show called Design Joburg that opens on 12 May at the Sandton Convention Centre.

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  • Skinny X Heath

    Dimensional in Heath Ceramics

    Our Dimensional fabric collaboration is front-and-centre in the Heath Ceramics stores this month, with gorgeous displays in their showrooms in Sausalito, San Francisco and in LA too.

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  • Reflection

    Skinnylaminxenstein: on REFLECTION

    A great place to start a new year is by reflection on what’s gone before. Here’s our 2016 year in review:

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  • Fonty Fab

    Best Things: Fonty Fabness

    I’m crazy about all things typographical, so here’s some fonty fabness for your enjoyment.

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  • Sampler

    The Sampler

    Our brand new block printed scarf is called The Sampler.

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  • Pin Tag

    In the shop: Pincushion gift tags

    Beautiful gold foiled letterpressed gift tags in our Pincushion design.

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  • Parque

    Lisbon Subway tiles: 2 of 4 – Linha Azul

    Part II of a post related to a self-guided tour of the Lisbon metro that I took in June 2016, hunting down metro stations with tiles by Maria Keil. Read more here. The BLUE LINE starts with Santa Apolonia (which you’ll recognise from the Maria Keil portrait at the start of this post), running up to Avenida, and ending with …

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