Tuesday, 10 February 2009

New interview with mori & mimosa in Dazed Digital

We were once again!!! interviewed by Dazed Digital (Anna Battista), just click and get the interview straight away, with picture and all.

Friday, 6 February 2009


No, we haven't gone into politics...this is a Swedish article but unfortuantely I don't have time to translate all of it... It's about our (and 11 other designers) collaboration between Berghs School of Communication and the Swedish Fashion Council and the article is saying that you can vote for our picture and get a free ticket for you and a friend to get into the fashion party at Café Opera Febr.12th. Well, at least enjoy the picture!

Aftonbladet på nätet:

Gå på modefest! Gör din röst hörd!

"Tävla och vinn en helkväll i modets teckenModevecka nummer två i Stockholm är på ingång, och vi vill att du ska vara en del av den! Tillsammans med projektet Rookies möter Rookies bjuder vi in dig att tävla och vinna fina modepriser!Stockholm Fashion Week går av stapeln 9-15 februari. Då kommer 12 lovande designers visa upp sig och göra allt för att bygga sitt varumärke under projektet Rookies möter Rookies. Sammanlagt har närmare 100 personer deltagit i projektet. Från Berghs deltar 70 studenter från tre klasser. Från Svenska Moderådets Rookies-projekt medverkar 12 utvalda mindre designföretag. Förutom dem har också ett antal fotografer, modeller och andra gjort det möjligt att genomföra modellfotograferingar som underlag för de vackra bilderna.

Var med och tävla!

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Jewellery by Sara Engberg from mori & mimosa at the Fashion & Textile Museum in London

These pieces, along with works by 10 other Swedish jewellery artists, can be seen at the Fashion & Textile Museum in London, starting tomorrow. The exhibition is called The Dreamer and the Dream and is on until May 17.
Join us - and the Swedish crown princess - for the opening tomorrow! :-)

"The art of jewellery design taps into a basic instinct in the human animal – that of adornment. The talented jewellery designers showcased in this exhibition produce just such a response with their work, be it witty or understated or disconcerting. These designer-makers, based in the Swedish principle of good design and strong aesthetics, tap into personal experiences to create one-of-a-kind treasures, working with both precious materials and found objects to fashion pieces that operate on many different levels. Referencing nature, the body, everyday items and curiosities these works enchant the viewer, connecting the objects to their own half-remembered dreams."

Read more at: http://www.ftmlondon.org/