We have Marc Jacobs and Dries Van Noten to thank for the awesome mix of printed patterns. Just when we were getting bored, designers like them give us yet another exciting challenge.
But long before this printed trend hit the runways, Dwell Studio was already out in the market with their classy blend of quirky prints as interpreted in their lines of storage and utility boxes, linens, baby, table, accessories and travel items. To officially welcome the brand to our Philippine shores, Adam Gobble of DwellStudio New York paid a visit recently to introduce them to an exclusive group of guests at The Peninsula’s Presidential Suite.
Guests such as new mom Juana Manahan-Yupangco, jeweler Candy Dizon, stylist Michael Salientes, and blogger Liza Ilarde (who happens to have a great knack for mixing prints) had a great afternoon checking out the new arrivals. From lunch boxes to pouches, even utility bags… DwellStudio gives each of these items a refreshing new look.
Dwell Studio’s Gretchen Uy and Oliver Dexter Sy gave The Peninsula’s presidential suite a fun vibe.
Adam Gobble talks about DwellStudio
Liza Ilarde’s printed skirt works well with the brand’s style.
Dwell Studio was so generous to give me a bib set, click on this link to find out what they gave me :) Thank you!
* DwellStudio 2010 stocks are carried at the Home and Baby sections of Rustan’s Department Store, Makati.