05-2018.

Versions ss18

For this seasons drop I invited Gerald & Fatine to shoot some of the gear. The images are a mix of ss18 Versions, other shop clothing, and Gerald’s own stuff. Not all items are shown here, but the collection includes cut and sewn pieces, along with prints and artisanal tie-dye. One print named “The Rave” by Pascale Mercier and some other print designs by Alexis Coutu-Marion and Myself.

Photos: Fatine Violette-Sabiri
Model: Claire
Styling: Gerald Lajoie
Versions: Jonah Leslie
Location: White Wall Studio

04, 2018.

Paloma Wool

Come see what’s new from Paloma Wool this season!

BaseRange SS18

Baserange has been producing healthy undergarments since 2012, the year we started working together…
They always have unique and creative visual material, which I recommend you look through on their website. Below is information as to why you might want to invest.

Production
Baserange is underpinned by a strong belief that sustainable products should not be a luxury. This philosophy has led to the affordable pricing of the label.

Factories
We work exclusively with small family based factories, whom we’ve built a close, trusting and lasting relationship with.
All Baserange underwear, t-shirts, and sweats are produced in small towns around Porto in Portugal. This area is very near Toulouse, where our company’s head office is based. This enables us to make regular visits and reduce the time, cost and carbon foot print of transporting the garments.
Our woven garments are all produced in a small town called Odemis near Izmir. Odemis sits in one of the richest fertile valleys of Turkey. Here, our supplier produces garments made from only natural fabrics such as silk, linen and wool, with an old knowledge of natural fabrics and processes.

Fabrics
In selecting the fabrics, we place a lot of importance on the production process. We consider to what extent this process impacts on the environment, for example the amount of water used in production and most importantly the chemical used. Working sustainably is very much a process of always doing the best you can and trying to push things in order to get a product as “clean” as possible.

When organic certifications or sustainable solutions are not possible, we seek to work transparently and consciously, providing our customers with as much information about the production process in order that they can make an informed decision on their purchase.
Natural fibers such as organic cotton, recycled cotton or wool, natural silk or linen and bamboo are used at the heart of Baserange’s fabrics.
Dyes
Baserange uses only certified Öko-tex dyes or GOTS. It consume a lot less water in the dying process and does not utilise any heavy metal dyes or toxic elements that are still used by a many large garment producers outside of Europe.
A big part of Baserange’s product group is raw or ecru (off white). Meaning that there has been no dying or chemical bleaching processes on these products

Fibers
Bamboo: We have choosen the bamboo fibers for our underwear and t-shirts because of its softness and lightness. Bamboo yarn is not as cotton, a mechanical produced yarn, the bamboo needs a chemical treatment for the spinning, so it can not be organic certified. Stil bamboo is considered sustainable as it needs very little pesticides and agrochemicals. Water consumption is very small too, and it needs very little land space to grow, unlike cotton. Naturally disease and pest resistant, bamboo is also fast growing. Compared to trees, certain varieties of bamboo can grow 1–4 ft long per day, and can even branch and expand outward because of its underground rhizomes.

Bamboo also helps mitigate water pollution due to its high nitrogen consumption, making it a solution for excess nutrient uptake of waste water from manufacturing, livestock farming and sewage treatment.Cotton: All of our cotton garments, are 100% organic certified cotton. Organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic pesticides or fertilizers. Methods such as beneficial insect releases, strip cutting of alfalfa and new weeding machinery help reduce the environmental impact of cotton crops. Third-party organizations certify that organic cotton farms use only these approved methods and do not spray toxic chemicals on their crops. We also find that organic cotton products are softer and easier on your skin Wool and Silk: This natural fibers comes from animals. The yarns are done mechanically, so with this type of fibers our only concern is the dye and finish. We also look at the origin to make sure it does not flight all around earth.”

Closed For Easter Sunday

Back Open Monday April 2nd!

09, 2017.

Nicky (Part 2)

Subject: Nicky
Photos & Direction: Jonah Leslie
Location: White Wall Studio
Clothing: ibiki

White Wall Studio

Those looking for a creative space to use in dance, photo, video, or, to facilitate cultural gatherings; I run a private studio open since 2007.
For more info please visit the website.

03. 2018.

Extension Cords

Climbing the corners where walls meet and housing mounds of dust at one’s feet. These electrical linkers and energy bringers expedite light to the far reaches of our space. Also making the transportation of power possible, from place to place.
The above images are taken from the two revisions of our latest installation set, using extension cords.