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The Meshit SS/15 preview collection by designers Ida Steixner + Lena Krampf takes a playful approach to represent Viennese interiors through simple, relaxed + functional pieces.  Inspired by the work of Viennese photographer Matthias Aschauer, whose past two years focus was on documenting empty houses, flats + abandoned places, the collection breaks up the city by texture + color.  

A wide textile range including plush, velvet, terrycloth + waffle-pique reference both typical Viennese household goods + furniture whereas the color palette, of soft pastel tones, is based on Aschauer’s photos.  I must admit though, my favorite piece from the whole collection is the romper above, referencing pajamas in the most simplest of ways but overall, the whole collection is a hit.

The simple + easy silhouettes throughout the collection, are sure to make Meshit a new label to keep an eye on.  

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(via WE ARE SELECTERS)

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