Unearth Collection Preview

Unearth Collection Preview

30 March until 1 April 2018 

8.30 am - 6.30 pm

Participants Brands

Ayu Larasati, Trope Cosmetics, Clarrisa Kwok, Cahaya Naturals, Agradaya, East Java Co and One Fifteenth Coffee.

One Fifteenth Coffee, Jl Gandaria 1 no 63, Kebayoran Baru.

Tel: 0217225678

 

Canaan Featured Products 2017 - 2018

Stoned Crystal by Ashley Bellino

Do you believe in the power of crystals? perhaps a while ago it was considered ‘hippie’ and something that was not taken quite seriously. Ashley Bellino a fellow Melbournian has found a way to make stone crystal cool and relevant to our modern day lifestyle. As a natural progression to her love of yoga and meditation, healing crystals was introduced short after.
 
After launching a jewellery line she discovered her love of crystals and soon was exploring its healing powers and thus led her to Stoned Crystals, a fresh and modern take on crystals for the home and workspace. Launching in the Spring of 2015, Ashley has launched 5 geometric shaped crystals. We are so excited to be the only store in Bali carrying this little gems and we are now stocked with the Black Hex (Obsidian), Chevronica (Amethyst), Love Triangle (Rose Quartz) and Clearboy (Clear Quartz). All stamped in the signature Stoned Crystal logo. 
 

City Goats Kids Collection

City Goats, a line of thoughtful designed kidswear has debuted at Canaan Hong Kong using only certified organic cotton and crafted with natural plant dyes. We love it when we come across brands like these, it does brings a positive outlook on the future of craftmaship and using natural plant dyes which are becoming quite rare these days.
 
Founded by Ching Ching a young mother who recently came back from Canada to her native land, she has tried time and time again to find something that would fit her daughter both in terms of styles and sustainability, alas when nothing else is up to her standard she decided to create a kidswear line! Coming from a designer background with expansive knowledge in the fashion industry it proves to be quite a successful journey for City Goats. Her collection is filled with adult-themed silhouettes such as the ‘little black dress’ with little insights on how to spend the day, kidswear for slow living we are so backing you up! 
 

SELETTI WEARS TOILETPAPER

Being Indonesian, we love our local homegrown products, our artisans and our fellow friends in the industry. During our travels we come across interesting products which shared similar ethos that usually came about by a successful collaboration between different brands. Such is the Seletti and Toilet Paper collection, two very distinctive brands which joined forces together and created a kitsch playful range, most intriguing collection to date.

All the products out of the Seletti wears Toilet Paper range are made from tin, oilcloth, melamine, porcelain and wood. The products are then covered with the pop culture style graphics aligned with the spirit of the magazine. The style of the whole range is ironic and unsettling but has its own vintage touch and charm. Sold around the world, from the MOMA Museum in New York, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, The Corner in London and now available in both Canaan Bali and Hong Kong as well as our online store. You would not want to miss having this pieces as a decorative piece, another take on daily routine utilities as well as a conversation starter. 

You can find Seletti x Toilet Paper range of mugs, plates, teapot and mirror in Canaan Bali, Hong Kong and also our online platform. 

www.canaanbali.com/shop

www.seletti.it/toilet-paper

www.shoptoiletpaper.com 

INDIGO JOURNAL PEJENG UBUD

This indigo journal is a collaboration product made by Bali-based photographer Vicki Bloomfield with Canaan Bali. As a freelance photographer we often see Vicki roaming the streets of Bali with her camera taking everyday candid pictures of street art, Balinese working women and scenery. Her images of Tarum workshop adorned the front of journal, with indigo-lined textile sourced from Pejeng which has beautifully lined the covers. Inside, indigo-dyed threads sourced from Sumba parts the pages as a parting thread.