2015 / MUHU COUTURE IN PÄDASTE MANOR
Posted on 24 November 2015
AMANJEDA by Katrin Kuldma fashion performance “MUHU COUTURE”
in musical collaboration with Villu Veski & Future Music Festival JuJääb, July 2015
PÄDASTE MANOR, The Small Luxury Spa & Hotel, Muhu
AMANJEDA by Katrin Kuldma fashion performance “MUHU COUTURE” introduced the soul of Amanjeda – Muhu authentic embroideries in modern interpretations.
Amanjeda is created by Tallinn born designer Katrin Kuldma. She has studied and worked in the fashion field in Tallinn, New York and Milan. Alongside with the international inspirations the ethnic embroideries of Estonia’s small Muhu island have had strong impact to her creations.
“The glowing passionate colours – reds, pinks and violets – all impudently mixed together have enchanted me since the school times. I love to redesign the authentic patterns, to play with colours, tuning them down to almost monochrome or mix together the wildest shades. At the same time I have always been attracted to architecture, to white concrete’s restrained shades, natural tones of wood and refined textures of metal. I love the mix of opposites – strong & fragile, cold & hot, feminine & masculine.”
Estonia is a country where supermodern is connected to traditional. One of the best destinations is Muhu island with its unique vibe of relaxed luxury and amazing boutique resorts and spas. Muhu island is the home of Estonia’s most unique and strong embroidery tradition. The embroideries are known for their bright and playful colour palette and inspirations from Poppy fields, the Bleeding Heart Flowers, Roses and Cornflowers. The relaxed atmosphare and rich embroidery tradition of Muhu are the endless inspiration sources for Amanjeda women collections.