A black painted dress from Belleikat

[EN] Black and hand-painted dresses are my favorite parts of garment this winter, I really like the combination of art, color, emotions and diversity. Belleikat is one of the sustainable brands that encourages sustainable production and consumption by its own example, creating so unique cotton dresses.

The collection it owns contains only 3 dresses and all have unique drawings made by Armenian designers. They used special colors, pearls, designed for textile painting and water resistance. The painted butterfly is a symbol of freedom, diversity and eastern fragrance. Thanks to its top volume, it is very comfortable, versatile and can be also worn with casual footwear.

Belleikat is a conscientious concept that creates unique pieces of sustainable main material, so it promotes natural resource protection and low consumption without compromising the possibilities of meeting the needs of the next generation. Here you can find their Facebook page. Besides hand-painted dresses, Belleikat also creates mantels, blouses, accessories and pillows, and the materials used are thick cotton, linen and ikatus: the symbolic fabric of cultural diversity and of the printing tradition in modern life. Belleikat supports and promotes the circular economy. At belleikat.de shop you can find more information about this concept and you can also purchase their products.

Today, I chose to wear this Belleikat dress with a pair of velvet black sandals and WHITNEY bag from Philini Muenchen, a piece that is part of the new collection. Visit the www.philinimuenchen.com shop to find the full range of bags in this collection. The accessories are created by another sustenabile brand Nairobi, Kipato Unbranded. On their Instagram page you can see the different types of jewelery they produce.

On the Belleikat Instagram page you can find out more about new collections, created pieces, color, Central Asia and people who promote this concept!


[RO]Rochiile negre si pictate manual sunt piesele mele preferate din aceasta iarna, imi place foarte mult combinatia dintre arta, culoare, emotii si diversitate. Belleikat este unul dintre brandurile sustenabile, care incurajeaza productia si consumul sustenabil prin propriul exemplu, creind astfel de rochii unice din bumbac gros.

Colectia pe care acesta o detine contine doar 3 rochii si toate au desene unice, realizate de designerii armeni. Acestia au folosit culori speciale, sidefate, destinate pentru pictura textila si rezistenta la apa. Fluturele pictat e un simbol al libertatii, diversitatatii si parfumului estic. Datorita volumului din partea superioara, aceasta este foarte comoda si versatila, putind fi purtata si cu incaltaminte casual.

Belleikat este un concept constiincios care creeaza piese unice din materie prima sustenabila, astfel acesta promoveaza protectia resurselor naturale si consumul redus fara a compromite posibilitatile de satisfacere a nevoilor generatiilor urmatoare. Aici puteti gasi pagina lor de Facebook.Pe linga rochii pictate manual, Belleikat mai creaza si kaftane, bluze , accesorii si pernute, iar materialele utilizate fiind bumbacul gros, linenul si ikatul: tesatura simbol a diversitatii culturale si a imprimarii traditiei in viata moderna. Belleikat sustine si promoveaza economia circulara.Pe shopul www.belleikat.com puteti gasi mai multa informatie despre acest concept si deasemenea puteti achizitiona produsele lor.

Astazi, eu am ales sa port aceasta rochie de la Belleikat cu o pereche de sandale negre din catifea si geanta “WHITNEY” de la Philini Muenchen, o piesa ce face parte din noua colectie. Accesati shopul www.philinimunchen.com pentru o gasi intreaga gama de genti din aceasta colectie. Accesoriile sunt create de un alt brand sustenabil din Nairobi, Kipato Unbranded. Pe pagina lor de instagram puteti vedea diferite tipuri de bijuterii pe care acestia le produc.

Pe pagina de Instagram a brandului Belleikat puteti gasi mai multe despre colectiile noi, despre piesele create, culoare, despre Asia Centrala si oamenii care promoveaza acest concept!




Jewelry:Kipato Unbranded

Photo:Anastasia Kamenshchikova


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My name is Mariana, I’m 24, and I live in Moscow. I like fashion, art, the history of art and coffee. I’m a book consumer, an addict, I love the street style, interesting cloths and beautiful stuff. I like the street movement and the interesting people out there. I’m a stylist and fashion blogger.