Riina O "Winter in Desert"

September 21, 2016

Decluttering mind, eyes are turned to the Middle-East for inspiration. 
Wide and clear open space of a desert, soft hues of pastel and tan leather is what inspired

Riina O latest gloves collection.

 

Our muse for this season is Miss Gertrude Bell - the supposed  "Queen of the Desert". A rather remarkable lady who lived nearly 100 years ago, a strong woman who marched to the sound of her own drum(or the pace of her own caravan, to be correct),  refusing to bend her ambitions to fit the accepted standards of her time.

Known as an a writer, politician, archaeologist, cultural anthropologist, traveller and explorer, who wandered alone(with her caravan) across deserts of Syria, Mesopotamina and Arabia, mapping them out and later being one of the key people in establishing the modern state of Iraq.

 

The collection entitled "Winter in Desert" features a selection of gloves in different lengths, that have become the brand´s classics.

 

Short decorative finger-gloves experiment with latticework technique, creating the illusion of

3D-laser cutting. 
Hairy ponyskin gloves bear delicate bead embroidery, as if grains of sand stuck on the back of a camel.
Casual medium-length gloves stand out with laser cut pattern that is also featured on waterjet cut leather bracelets.
Sandy elbow-length gloves´ side details, decorated in slashing technique, take on different forms when stretched around arm.

 


Riina O skillfully combines traditional hand stitching of gloves with modern technological advantages, never seizing to experiment, trying to push further. Riina O high end gloves are designed and made in their East London studio using only the finest of leathers sourced from within Europe.  
Gloves are available made to measure upon request.

 

View full collection here.

 

 

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