The range includes a selection of cotton canvas bags, as well as cloth-covered notebook sleeves and Oyster card holders.
Each product is hand-finished, made using natural biodegradable fabrics.
Here's some more information from Justin Oh:
Following on from a classical fashion background, working with the likes of Yohji Yamamoto, Tokyo & JOSEPH, Paris, Central St. Martin's and Royal College Art graduate Justin Oh has launched an exciting range of playful high quality accessories & bags, mostly done in natural fibres.
Justin is pleased to present his new line as part of Dezeen’s Christmas shop, Temporium.
Whilst continuing his high fashion business doing mainly bespoke wear for private clients, Justin has launched a range of sturdy cotton canvas totes & bags, Oyster cloth wallets in various weaves & prints and cloth covered notebook sleeves. Key piece this season is an experimental bag in cotton damask upholstery fabric with a twist.
Justin's passion for quality, craft & meticulous hand finishing is paired with a deep environmental ethos whereby he strives to use natural, bio degradable fibres as much as possible.
Applying a sustainable, utilitarian approach, he has managed to create a successful range of accessories that is unique and quirky, yet also of a timeless quality.
Dezeen presents The Temporium
65 Monmouth Street
Seven Dials, Covent Garden
London WC2H 9DG
020 7503 7319
1-24 December 2011
Monday – Saturday: 11:00 – 19:00
Late-night shopping Thursday until 20:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 17:00
More info: www.thetemporium.com
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