Tuesday, June 30

Eatable rears it's head again

Andrea, at Miel et Cannelle gets me. She sent me this photo above because she though I'd like it and she is SPOT on. But I don't like it. I love it. I adore it. Wanna eat it. Her and I both love Eatable of Many Orders for it's super sacklike, monochromatic, dearchitecturalized architectural clothing. While the French gal above may not be wearing Eatable of Many Orders, she does evoke it in spades and not to mention bares an uncanny resemblance to my friend Beili. And I once again, am renewed and inspired by this interesting and unique clothing line. I have posted about it before, but since I am "feelin' it", I am posting some of their work again.




From Eatable of Many Orders website:

What is Eatable?

The phrase “Eatable of Many Orders” comes from Kenji Miyazawa’s “Restaurant of Many Orders”. It is a story about a wild cat restaurant which gives orders to customers rather than taking orders from them. Like the story, Eatable of Many Orders would like to provide customers an eatable menu for complete understanding of our products.
We would like to present our products like food and its ingredients with aesthetic sense and sensibility. The materials which we choose often have very interesting stories of their process. We would like to be a guide to introduce our products in a manner when you ask before you eat something, “what’s in it?”

7 comments:

a cat of impossible colour said...

I would love a post on exactly why this style appeals to you (if you haven't done one already?), as I find it so interesting. Is it the simplicity? The purity? Does it summon up images of a particular kind of life for you, or remind you of something? I'd really love to know. The clothes are just beautiful, and clearly you have a very strong connection with them.

jarsika said...

I feel like you have to have that gorgeous olive skin tone to pull this look off. Do they have models that are whitey mcwhites like me!?! I wanna see if pale can still pull off the beige look :)

Michelle said...

Oh my gosh, I saw that photo on the sartorialist and feel in love it as well! How wonderful that it is on here!

In Bug's Drawers said...

What gorgeous pictures, the colors are all muted but beautiful and the clothes are amazing!

Kathryn said...

Those are some beautiful clothes.

Darrah said...

These designs bring me back. They seem very comfortable with a bit of vintage flare. I like. :D

Poke Salad Annie said...

these clothes are so lovely, and i love those weird little cloggy shoes

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