4th edition of the Czech Fashion and Design Weekend organised by the Czech Center Brussels in cooperation with the Representation of Southern Moravian Region and Pilsen Region, took place the first weekend of March 2016 in the Pilsen House in Brussels. During the event, the inhabitants of Brussels had an opportunity to discover and buy some original fashion and cosmetic products, accessories, jewelery or home decoration made by Czech designers.
I had a chance to take part in the event and let people discover some of 1001 Voyages Gourmands’ baked goods. It was a very pleasant event and here are some pictures.
What can all be done from porcelain?! Stehlík design presented cool white porcelain brooches in the origami style, stylish porcelain bow ties, necklaces and earrings. I was tempted by their cups specially designed to fit in your nose while drinking. 🙂
Very subtle and minimalist jewelry of Kristýna Malovaná, made of silver or gold.
Pokojík is a concept store from Brno, that presented a selection of fashionable clothes, nice jewelery, cosmetic products, home decoration as well as good quality chocolate!
Every woman should choose from the Akari skirts! So many colors, materials and beautiful patterns!
City Folklore arrived with original fashion from Ostrava, inspired by grafitti, comics and traditional folklore, as well as other impulses.
SRNA from Brno gives second life to bottles and jars. They cut the glass using a fascinating method of glass cracking that the guys demonstrated several times to the visitors. As a result, they offer design vases, carafe or bowls.
And now something about the food! 🙂
Probably the most favorite from 1001 Voyages Gourmands’ baked goodies was a Czech spice cake with chocolate and coconut, chocolate-banana cake, beetroot brownies, and from salty things vegetarian samosas, quiche with cherry tomatoes mozzarella and gruyère and courgette and goat cheese quiche.
For each day, I did different muffins: speculoos muffins, banana muffins made with the recipe for banana bread and I added some bio chocolate spread. I elaborated two new recipes for muffins: lighter lemon poppy seed muffins (with Greek yogurt replacing some butter) and apple-calvados muffins with cardamom and cinnamon.
And what did I bring home?
Akari skirt – I was hesitating between one with a pattern of cloudy sky and a simple green one. The green one won at the end! 🙂
I discovered some tasty good quality 73% dark chocolate Ajala in Pokojík – made according to the traditional Maya recipe, using the precious cocoa been called Criollo.
Then I felt in love with the smell of Slovakian handmade face oils, still in Pokojík. I got one for myself and one as a present for my mum.
And from my neighbours SRNA, I got some glass bowls that I am using for table candles and a small and cute vase made from Orangina bottle. 😉
If you like the concept of the event and would you like to pass by next time, you can follow the Czech Fashion and Design Weekend on their FB pages.