- 27 May 2017 9:00 AM
Concept Eyewear is a manufacture in Budapest, where first class unique eyeglass frames are created. The amalgam of wood and acetate results in such a special combination that makes these “hybrid” models even more exciting.
The creators take extra care to choose and use ecological materials therefore they only apply beeswax for the polishing of the wood, and the acetate is also strictly degradable. The noble wood veneer and the colours and patterns of the Italian acetates (Mazzucchelli) are all different, therfore the wide variety of the sunglasses and the optical frames are guaranteed.
Cycling is now a lifestyle. It is easy to fall in love with it and after a short while it is already hard to give upon it. Although to ride a bicycle in a stylish way is indeed a challenge.
The materials should be comfortable and breathable, they should keep you warm when needed and protect against rain and wind. Beyond all these practicalities a woman who cares about her style also needs pleasant shades, fine cuts, variable pieces and high quality elaboration. The final result should be an outfit in which she can feel herself. The cycling brand jolie creates exactly these kind of outfits and aims to match all these requirements.
Bags have a pivotal role among accessories, and as we use them pretty much all the time high quality, good design and functionality are key when choosing the right piece.
The annual spring/summer collection of Bibiart Bags focuses on minimalistic, feminine backpacks that really stand out through their shiny, holographic elements. These beauties will surely be the basic pieces of your summer wardrobe.
The designer of the month in May is Sharolta
Sustainability and recycling get a more and more important role in our lifestyle: we care about what we consume, we try to shop ethical and pay attention to our ecological footstep. This sustainable mindset is key for Sarolta Tripolszky who has recently changed her environmental lobbyist role and become an eco-designer.
She founded her brand Sharolta in 2015 which she defines as part of the global eco-friendly fashion movement. Her collections merge the philosophy of recycling with the current minimalistic and street style trends. She goes beyond the exclusivity that usually defines recycled pieces and creates garments that can easily be matched with our everyday outfit. At the 28 May WAMP the brand will organise a charity with the help of Taita Foundation in which they send schoolbags to the children of a Kenyan orphanage so as all 23 pupils can have their own schoolbag.
Meet you at 28 May at the most vibrant spot of the city.
More information at: www.wamp.hu