Pattern Pulp

Accessories: Hairy meets Hip


The laptop-toting demographic is continually on the rise.  Be it transient students, workers on the move or nerd-afficinados, anyone bringing their computer from point A to B has a few basic needs.  Alexandra Cassaniti understands this.  She gets an A+ for combining upscale efficiency with snarky wit.  Who else could create a pattern resembling overgrown stubble and seal it with leather trim (and a hidden smile)?  This ballsy American designer trusts her gut, producing quirky functional style that’s both tech friendly and fashion forward.


Robin Cameron’s art reveals a thoughtful parallel to Cassaniti’s textiles.  Distractions, Cameron’s latest collection of whimsical graphite drawings are part of a zine she has been creating over the past few months.  Inspired by movement, contrast and the human condition, Cameron’s analytical approach to her line work is both intricate and stunning.

Tracking Repetitive + Awesome.
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