Pop-up store ‘fijn’ sells an ethical collection of fashion and interior textiles full of craftsmanship. We allo want to be a platform for discussion about ethical production and consumption. We would like to have many conversations with you, our customers.
We invite you to join our programme:
Sat 18/5/2013 – 13.00
Opening by sustainability councillor Alexandra van Huffelen
Sat 25/5/2013 – 17.00
Debate on fair fashion with Lynsey Dubbeld
Wed 29/5/2013 –
Read more about: Programme pop-up store fijn →
Saturday night March 9th you will find Tulsi on the Rotterdam Swan Market. The theme of this market is Hand Made, which coincides with the exhibition Hand Made: Long Live Crafts in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen. The museum hosts this special edition of the Swan Market in their courtyard on the occasion of the opening of this exhibition.
Tulsi will sell its hand made products at this market,
Read more about: Swan Market Museum Night →
Below a little preview of the products you’ll be able to buy at our popup store fijn.
A stack of fair textiles! below a woolen blanket from fair fabrics. On top a kantha blanket made from vintage saris from tulsi crafts. On top is a kantha scarf from vintage saris from tulsi crafts.
Two felt pillows from Mongolia from fair fabrics,
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Pop-up store ‘fijn’ in Rotterdam will sell ethical and unique products.
May 18th our pop-up store ‘fijn’ will open in the centre of Rotterdam. The shop’s collection will consist of items by Fair Fabrics & Tulsi Crafts, both selling ethical interior textiles and accessories. The temporary shop “fijn’ will be open for two weeks and during that time we want to present a concept store where we can inspire each other and talk about ethical trade and fashion.
Read more about: press release: pop-up store ‘fijn’ in Rotterdam sells ethical and unique products →
My friend Rachel and I have met many years ago already. We share a love of travel and art. She interviewed me for her blog The Nothernist talking about travelling in Bangladesh, fair trade and how one person can make a difference.
The Saturday Six – Margot Lieftinck, Tulsi Crafts
Margot Lieftinck is a Dutch woman of many talents. She and I became friends out of a shared love of soap (good soap,
Read more about: interview with margot on travel, fair trade and how one person can make a difference →