The first item I would like to present from my Pop-up store is the Lili Gabbiano tank top featuring my logo, the seagull.
The item is handmade which means: cutting, sewing, printing, painting has been done all by myself. The cotton is an ecofriendly material with GOTS certificate.
Available at the moment are 20 pieces in unisex size.
Breezy for the hot summer days the tank top gives space to leave the wind to pass through. The seagull is there to bring you closer to the sea, beach and coastline. It is a summer item that can be worn on the beach or in town with a clean cut and open ends.
It is happening now: I am living a dream on Erikousa. The small Greek (Diapondian) island is hosting my pop-up store with the name: Lili Gabbiano pop up stories in paradise.
After collecting beautiful drift woods for some days on the beaches, assembling the structures and installations for my items I happily opened the store a few days ago. Now I am showing and presenting different handmade items and collections. All of them I will present individually in the upcoming blog posts. I will be open for 21 days exhibiting my items and enjoying every moment in this paradise.
A big “THANKS” goes to Giorgios Katehis from the Erikousa Hotel who enthusiastically supported me from the first moment he heard about my project. Thanks to him all this was possible, he gave me the space and fixed all the problems I faced, always with a smile.
THANK YOU GIORGIOS !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now, If you have time to pass by, live on the island or plan to come here, I will be open until August 18th every day from 19.00-21.30. The rest of the time you can find me on the beach sunbathing, paddle boarding, photographing or creating small beach items.
Stay up to date and pop in from time to time to see what’s happening here.
To see all the hand painted beach rackets click here
To see all the cocktail signs click here
To see more about the Tank top click here
To see more about the coinsy wallet click here
To see more about the “high snobiety” necklaces click here
Greetings from Erikousa
Derived from pineapple leaves the new leather is a new way to say hello to a durable, natural and sustainable textile. Ananas Anam, the company that produces the pineapple leather (or “Piñatex”) gives an alternative to animal leather and after 5 years of research the product is born and on the market.