Casa del Duende: Upcycling vintage fabricsFrancesca Palange
The Casa del Duende was set up in October 2013 by director and designer, Justine Dalton. It is dedicated to producing unique accessories and homeware which are both stylish and affordable. The main mission statement of the Casa is to use recycled vintage fabrics to produce individual items aimed at environmentally aware clients who really care about the provenance of their clothing. Each item is designed and handmade at Justine’s London studio.
These amazing and beautiful slippers are constructed from vintage Japanese cotton fabric and feature a removable flower brooch. They are lined with handmade felt to ensure comfort.
A great and original selection of designs to choose from!
Upcycled and one-of-a-kind, this coin purse is made from vintage Japanese fabric, with a silver frame. Is hand stitched to the body of the purse to ensure extra strength and is lined with silk taffeta to ensure that the purse is reinforced and keeps the shape.
A really unique design, which stands out!
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