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  • Artpeckers: Spiritual patterns

    Artpeckers Ηeptagon bags collection is inspired by Iresioni, the olive tree branch Greeks were decorating from the end of September until the beginning of October. This branch was decorated with white and red wool, walnuts, chestnuts, almonds, figs and cereals. It was an act that symbolized people’s thanksgiving to the Gods for the past year’s …

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  • Postfolk: Summer motifs

    Postfolk effectively expresses its DNA in its name, post such as after, folk like the abreviation of folklore. When design is re-imagining Greek art and its folkloric motifs, the past revives in a current and modern collection of digitally handcrafted beach accessories. Postfolk Luxury Beach Accessories Greek female figures, warrior, ancestral or floral archetypal motifs, the drawings …

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  • Meraki Summer Collection The Greek Designers

    Meraki: the Léxis Essence

    Meraki is the Greek word that describes the soul, creativity or love put into something; the essence of yourself in your work. In this concept, words gain power, to be discovered and express everyday feelings through Meraki ‘s latest bag collection. MERAKI SUMMER COLLECTION Danish, Swedish, Japanese… names chosen as random, each one give to the …

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  • Holiday Special Gift Edition

    Let the festive season begin! Indulge yourself and your beloved ones with special gift ideas, inspired by Greek history & culture. Shop the Holiday Special Gift Edition curated by THE GREEK DESIGNERS ®. Exclusively Online | Shipping Worldwide. ANAKTAE The Althaea Collection Kori Jewelry Boxes MEET THE CAT Embroidery Necklace ALEXQUISITE Pure Mink Pouch Black …

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  • Spring Blooming-Tales | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the Goddess of Springtime and Rebirth- Persephone. The myth of Persephone is one of the oldest of all Greek myths. Her story is a personification of some of the most universal concepts about the circle of life. SHOP SOPHIA Decorative Objects As the Goddess of Springtime and Rebirth, she is eternally connected …

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  • Alexquisite One | The Greek Designers

    Alexquisite : Handcrafted in ONE

    Alexquisite stands for superior quality, handmade leather goods and intelligent design that is tailor-made to the needs and tastes of a contemporary, mobile aesthete. The core principle of Alexquisite’s design ethos is soft design — a design language that blends together practicality and function with intuitive beauty and a playful involvement of all the senses.  Each piece is carefully …

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  • The Grenadine Season

    In Ancient Greek mythology, the Pomegranate was known as the ‘fruit of the dead’ and believed to have sprung from the blood of Adonis. The Greeks were familiar with the fruit far before it was introduced to Rome via Carthage, and it figures in multiple myths and artworks. The myth of Persephone, the goddess of …

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  • Meraki : soul Essence

    Handcrafted in Greece by local craftsmen using premium quality top grain leather, Meraki bags are named after the greek word ‘Meraki’ that describes the soul, creativi­ty or love put into what you do – it is the essence of yourself in your work. The names given to Meraki bags are inspired by untranslatable words from …

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  • Elena Karavasili : Solid forms

    Elena Karavasili‘s philosophy is the unification of two fundamental cultural movements: Minimalism and Classicism. Referencing geometric abstraction in simplicity of form and subdued color palettes, the designer exemplifies the quality materials and craftsmanship of the pieces, and evokes architectural classicism with elegance, symmetry and a systematic order of proportions. | interview by Anna Baniora | …

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  • Orphans 1618 : Φ – ratio

    Necessity is said to be the mother of invention, creation also shares a bit of deep down personal needs, vague though, before starting to get a proper form. In Orphans 1618 the concept was born and then spontaneous experimentation was the one way procedure from paper to its fulfillment.  we are orphans’ and we design …

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