The Korean handbag brand beloved by fashion trendsetters just landed at Carbon Buying!
Inspired by pure plastic arts, Find Kapoor is a fashion brand dedicated to making life beautiful. They fervently explore the essence of fashion and communicate with the world through new, original design created by marrying the classic and the trendy. As an advocate for fashion, life, and beauty, the house is committed to offering timeless collections.
Find Kapoor presents trendy bags that are faithful to the basics with unique colors and simple designs. Under the concept of fashion blended with fine arts, Find Kapoor is loved by customers for its unique colours and expert craftsmanship by experienced artisans.
Since its debut in 2016, Find Kapoor’s bags have risen to be fashion icons with record levels of sales, often spotted on celebrities and brand ambassadors globally.
Its signature Pingo bag is light, soft, practical and fashionable, and can be styled with any outfit through mixing and matching different shoulder and hand straps. The bag comes in a wide range of colours, and can be used as a clutch, cross body bag and shoulder bag.
Welcome aboard Find Kapoor!
Adding to its extensive list of collaborations with artists, for PF22 Fiorucci gift us with an exciting collaboration with Lakwena.
Fiorucci has a long and illustrious history of working with artists. In the 1980s, the founder of the label, Elio Fiorucci, invited the legendary Keith Haring to collaborate. Haring, with the help of his protégé – a 16-year-old called Angel Ortiz, who is also known by his moniker LA II – spray-painted the walls of the first Fiorucci store in Milan’s Galleria Passarella. It was in this same spirit that the brand has, invited Lakwena Maciver to team up on a capsule collection.
The starting point for Lakwena’s collaboration with Fiorucci began with a visit to the label’s archive, where she learned about its connection to the golden age of disco in 1970s New York; to people dancing, celebrating and having a good time. And while this moment cannot be recreated, it’s this energy that she wanted to channel into the collection. Through further research, she identified more crossovers between Fiorucci and her work; between Fiorucci’s relationship with disco and her relationship with gospel – for as Fiorucci draws on disco, Lakwena draws on gospel, a musical culture that similarly centres around ideas of connectedness, spirituality and joy.
Perfect match, this collaboration is the ideal fit between Lakwena and Fiorucci's two separate worlds, creating a collection that seats perfectly in this anything-goes, hedonistic world that is Fiorucci.
Who is Lakwena?
Lakwena is a London-based artist, who employs bright colour and bold text to create paintings which, often appearing in public spaces in the form of murals, can be understood to be “escape routes, afrofuturistic portals to utopia”. These paintings are, in many ways, reminiscent of Fiorucci’s stores, which have always been filled with brightly coloured objects.
Currently based in London, her work has been shown internationally in cities including London, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, and more. Perhaps best known for her murals, her work has also appeared in public spaces from Tate Britain, Somerset House, Facebook and the Southbank Centre in London, to the Bowery Wall in New York, a juvenile detention centre in Arkansas and a monastery in Vienna.
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