In the Making of Flowers

Last August, I happened to step into an old graveyard, nearby Lahinch on the West coast of Ireland. Every grave on that yard, was covered with old fabric flowers, plastic crosses and Holy Marys. The flowers looked as dead as the people underneath them. It was stunning. The colours were pale, the fabric almost disintegrated, people had been caring but then slowly forgetting. 

 

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This inspired me to what I am doing for my final year collection and last weekend I made lots and lots of flowers. 

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About meekabomb

This is MeekaBomb. A clothing label which started taking form a few years ago. At that time I was only making or altering clothes for myself but the more I produced the more I enjoyed it and the more I felt that I wanted to get my stuff out there. I make unique pieces. Clothes that will stick out from the crowd. Made with different types of fabrics with extreme patterns and clashing colours which in the end when the finished product is ready, totally make sense. My ethos is about not being afraid of wearing something that can draw attention. To wear what you want and to not care about what other people think. This blog will be a way to show all you people what I am doing. I will post the different types of clothing I have to sell, what you can order, the latest items I've produced and new fabrics that I've bought. If you see something you like, email me on meekabomb@gmail.com and we will work something out. View all posts by meekabomb

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