- Images from WHIT spring/summer 2014.
- "We were looking for an experience that felt very foreign. Bali is a world away in more ways than geography. Those differences left an impression that stayed with us throughout the design process. We made it a point to venture into more remote areas
- "We also knew that Bali was unique in its profusion of artistry. In one way or another, most people living on the island are artists trained in a specific craft. The sheer volume and quality of what they produce is staggering and we knew there woul
- "I think it's important to do your homework before you land somewhere. You can avoid tourist traps and have a more fluid and authentic experience if you spend a little time researching. On the other hand, I think it's good to leave a little brea
- "We were able to take a day trip to a fabric mill in Ubud where they hand-loom ceremonial fabrics. I had a lesson on the looms and while I wasn't very good, the experience gave me a new appreciation for the craft and the artistry involved. W
- "We fell in love with the people and we'd love to spend months getting to know locals and enjoying the natural beauty. I would honestly move there if I could."
- "It is really hard to capture the essence of a place in just photos. Even though we are looking to translate what we experience in a visual way, the smells, sounds and people have a direct influence on the overall mood of the collection that would