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Lobra in the movie “Små citroner gula”

We proudly present here clips and pics from the lovely swedish movie “Små citroner gula” where you can see Lobras Lollo Shoulderbag and Lucille Sandal.

The movie is based on the fantastic book with the same name by Kajsa Ingemarsson. This is a true feelgood movie about love, food and life.

In the cast you find Josephine Bornebusch (with the Lollo Shoulderbag), Rakel Wärmländer and Sverrir Gudnason.

It will be up in the swedish cinemas from 20 february 2013. Don´t miss out!!

Josephine Bornebusch with Lollo Shoulderbag

Lollo Shoulderbag – Rogue

The Lobra Lollo Shoulderbag is available in Lobras webshop , Grand Hotel Boutique in Stockholm and for international purchase at Scandinavian Design Center

Rakel Wärmländer and Lucille Sandal

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
February 19th, 2013 - 11:31 in Film, Lobra

The beauty of bagmaking

Loewe: Masters of Leather on Nowness.com.

The expertise and meticulous detail that go into crafting iconic Spanish luxury brand Loewe’s signature Amazona bag is revealed in director Matthew Donaldson’s short. The film follows the release of Masters of Leather, a limited-edition book, illustrated by Robert Clarke, that looks in depth at Loewe’s commitment to handicraft. Initially inspired by the frank simplicity of Richard Avedon’s In the American West portraits, the film is a personal homage to the leather workers who have handmade Loewe’s creations for generations. “Some of our craftsmen have been at Loewe for nearly 50 years, they contribute so much to the design of our pieces,” says accessories golden boy Stuart Vevers, who has turned the Amazona into the label’s best-selling product. Launched in 1975, the Amazona bag is handcrafted from 61 separate pieces of fine leather in a 250-step process that requires the four separate artisans using 45 different tools. Vevers, who previously held design posts at Bottega Veneta and Louis Vuitton, spoke to NOWNESS about the Amazona and being an Englishman in Spain.

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
October 26th, 2011 - 11:13 in Art, Film

Mourir Auprès de Toi


Spike Jonze: Mourir Auprès de Toi on Nowness.com.

Designer Olympia Le-Tan’s embroidered clutch-bags spring to life in director Spike Jonze’s tragicomic stop-motion animation Mourir Auprès de Toi (To Die By Your Side).
How did the film come about?
I met Olympia in Paris through friends of mine. She was just starting to make the bags for her friends. She had a bunch of the scraps in her bag, all of the cut-out pieces of felt. I just loved it. I loved all the artwork she picked, the texture of it, the stitching of the felt. We joked about making a film and just went for it. It was this thing with no schedule, no pressure and no real reason to be—other than just that we thought it would be fun

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
October 18th, 2011 - 13:08 in Film

Love Love & Love

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
October 17th, 2011 - 16:53 in Film

Film: MiuMiu Presents ‘Muta’ By Lucrecia Martel (Full Version)

This is the second installment of its “Women’s Tales” series, Miu Miu collaborated with director Lucrecia Martel on a film noir titled Muta.

Miu Miu FW2011 Film “MUTA” by Lucrecia Martel from gabriel on Vimeo.

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
July 22nd, 2011 - 10:53 in Film

WWF – The World is Where We Live

WWF proposes this superb video entitled “The World is Where We Live”. Taking again similarities between the animals and of human, this video makes it possible to show connection between the species and the need for protecting this diversity. A video to be discovered in the continuation.

The world is where we live from WWF on Vimeo.

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
July 9th, 2011 - 07:52 in Film


Heidi Mount: Invitro

The Model Gets Caught in the Headlights in Santiago and Mauricio Sierra’s High Fashion Short

Heidi Mount makes a play for best-dressed damsel in distress in neo-noir film Invitro, the latest from sibling directors Santiago and Mauricio Sierra. Inhabiting the role of a mannequin held captive behind a store window, the model wears a series of intricate Chinoiserie-inspired ensembles selected by stylist Patrick Mackie from Louis Vuitton’s spring collection. Otherworldly hair by Ashley Javier and an exaggerated visage by make-up artist Benjamin Puckey act as an aesthetic portal to David Lynch territory, where the dream of fashion conflates with a feverish unreality. “We wanted to create a scenario in which we could analyze the colors, textures and mood of the collection,” explains Mexico City native Santiago Sierra, who has worked with the likes of Inez and Vinoodh and Mert & Marcus. “It’s about desirability and unattainability,” adds Mackie, referencing the fragile glass divide that keeps the luxe fantasy just out of reach.

See movie at Nowness

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
May 24th, 2011 - 20:30 in Film
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