“A joint venture”
Cannabis legalization has opened up a world of chance on the subject of paraphernalia design, and Canadian creatives are on the forefront of exploring the potential for what pot-centric equipment may appear to be.
Ellie Mae Waters, the Toronto-based fashion designer whose retro-tinged items have been worn by the Hadid sisters, Mila Kunis and Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, simply launched a three way partnership with dcor firm COFO, which sees their interpretations of an ashtray, grinder and doob tube come to life. We tried to take each of our manufacturers and put them into three various things, which was approach more durable than I believed it was going to be, Waters tells FASHION. Youre so used to working with your personal model pointers, and it simply turns into second nature.
Followers of the Ellie Mae aesthetic may be shocked by the muted tones and minimalist aesthetic of the collaborations route, since her items are identified for having daring color palettes and eclectic prints and patterns. [COFO] is certainly minimal, and our stuff isn’t, Waters says, including that the venture was an train in conceptual liberty for her. It was cool to place my artistic mind in a unique route.
The hashish assortment retains an industrial-chic tone due to the usage of supplies like concrete, brass and walnut wooden, and the grinder has a very amusing angle to it in that it wobbles backward and forward due to its rounded base. Its a lot enjoyable to have a look at it when youre just a little excessive, Waters laughs.
This good vibes solely method was central to the creation of the gathering, and the partnership between COFO and Ellie Mae retains on rolling. In tandem with the hashish accent launch, the 2 manufacturers have opened a brand new idea retailer in Torontos Stackt Market, with all fixtures and furnishings designed by COFO and Ellie Maes whimsical clothes lining the racks.