Tag Archives: roof garden

  • Paris launch

    Roof Garden launch… in Paris!

    I’ve just got back from my hop to Europe, so here’s a quick catchup on what I got up to on the two crazy days that I spent launching our new fabric collection in Paris.

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  • Skinny laMinx Flower Fields Penny Black Chair

    Old friends + facelifts

    A few weeks back, I wrote about our first three colour print, which made me remember how exciting it was, way back in 2011, when I made our first two-colour print, Flower Fields. Of course, Flower Fields is still a firm favourite, so when we were revising the Fabric Book recently, we thought it might enjoy a bit of a …

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  • week swatches

    What goes with green?

    Have you ever wondered how we decide which colours to include in a new textile print? Well, it was quite a process this year with Roof Garden, as we haven’t had a three colour print in our range before, so here’s how it happened: The process started late 2016, when the design had been decided upon, …

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  • Skinny laMinx Fabric Roof Garden in Rio

    How we roll

    Our three-colour Roof Garden print in production.

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  • invitation

    A Plant Swap

    Last week, our launch of our new Roof Garden textile print was specifically for decorators and the press, but this week, it’s all about showing our new design to friends and family (that’s you!). Join us at the shop on Thursday 1 June, when we’ll be open all day til 8pm, so you can have a …

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  • 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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  • Plant shadow

    Making Friday: Plant shadows

    Some of the experiments and photos I’ve been taking around the idea of plant shadows.

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