[soundtrack compliments of santa monica airport airplane traffic - in real time - passing overhead]
- edie kahula pereira
- santa monica, california, United States
- "Specialty Dry Goods came out of my desire to do something with my hands". Made in Los Angeles by Edie Kahula Pereira, Specialty Dry Goods is about utilitarian products of good and thoughtful design - a new classic with a modern artisans point-of-view. Edie's focus is to design and make useful everyday products in quality materials that will endure. "what makes me smile - the thought of my bags going on many adventures as people take them into their lives." Edie's creative direction is influenced by her working past in architecture, as a product producer, art/product curator, fashion scout, as a person who likes to walk the urban environment, sit in cafes and travel to places far away. "i love it when a design detail comes out of solving an issue - it's the limitations that inspire creativity. Although CAD/tech savvy, it's playing with the actual materials (having them laid out in front of me) where the product comes to life." Specialty Dry Goods strives to make responsible choices; practical is always a must. edie kahula pereira - designer, maker, creative director.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Friday, October 3, 2014
look for specialty dry goods at Los Angeles Remodelista Market - Big Daddy’s Antiques (3334 La Cienega Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90016) on Saturday, December 6, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
just one of the items for november 6th pop up at space 15TWENTY | urban outfitters - hollywood. pictured is drawstring bag in distressed leather. leather varies in color and markings throughout hide and sometimes the variations are extreme.
Space 15TWENTY | urban outfitters drop off. Anthony checks me in. Save the date: nov 6, 2014. Thank you mary argimon for the ride! #specialtydrygoods #space15twenty #urbanoutfitters #popup #savethedate
|anthony and mary|
|we're on our way albert|
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
|photograph by Beth Kirby|