Wooden Belt by Eye Of The World

For Fall/Winter 2011 the Eye Of The World Designs accessories collection continues to use natural and reclaimed materials from the UK, primarily wood, to create one off hand made accessories in Peckham UK. This beautiful collection is a collaboration between fashion stylist Hope von Joel, wood craftsman Liam Moyter, and knitwear designer Brooke Roberts. Touching on inspirations of Pierre Cardin, and Paco Rabanne, who’s design aesthetic focused upon sleek modernism and interesting materials and translating these key focuses into fresh, unique accessories.

Our Love of metallic surfaces and defined sharp shapes transforms into wooden sculptured buckles with dramatic effect, blurring the boundaries between interior design and high fashion.

Materials used include reclaimed wood of the highest standard eg. a 1950’s Butterfly Cabinet reclaimed from The Natural History Museum, man made Perspex, high quality metal buckles and PVC.

Eye Of The World Designs is based on quality and hand finished craftsmanship. Each piece is unique, designed and hand crafted in house by our design duo Liam Motyer and Hope Von Joel in Peckham, South London, UK

Everything that goes into the presentation and making of the items in handmade.

More information at www.eyeoftheworlddesigns.com – See Brooke Roberts Collection – Read interview at Amelias Magazine

 

 

Cyril Foiret

French Trendsetter, living & working in New York : art direction, trend forecasting, styling, designing is part of my daily.
PS: Sorry for my French, I don't pretend to be a writer and I know that my writing is not the best...