Recently returned from Berlin, Naomi Twining is set to open a pop up shop under her label Färgeland, where customers can come in and see her process and browse her wares in the combined retail/workspace atelier.
Färgeland is proudly fair, slow and independent fashion. From her bedroom studio, she designs, drafts, grades and sews every garment. Previously working in upcycling, she now strives to source her fabric for new garments from other small, local and independent merchants, second hand stores and those selling spilt & spoilt fabrics. She aims to mostly use natural fibres but occasionally departs from this for the sake of the quality and longevity of a garment.