Oh, yes, the lockdown – the time of Zoom parties, home-office and many, many new hobbies. While normal people were learning macramé or baking banana bread, horse show people did their own thing – like creating new outfits. That is exactly what Sina, a successful EWU equestrian, and her Mom did. They told TSL how their “corona hobby” developed and shared their advice on making DIY outfits.
This is part five of our series “Introducing Designers”. We have talked to Nadja Schreiber of the German brand Cherry Dream Showoutfits that is run by her and her Mom.
In this series, we introduce all European designers. While most of them offer spectacular, unique, sparkly master pieces, the business we will introduce in this article has chosen to take a different part: Hansride is a young brand that offers all sorts of shirts, custom-made, DIY and off the rack. We have talked to Jacky Hans about their new family business, what they offer and – she spilled the secret – what’s next to come.
Up next in our series “Introducing Designers” is a show clothing brand from Hungary. We talked to the team of Equus Caballus Sport about their family business.
We continue our series “Introducing Designers” in a – nearly – alphabetical order. Meet Sonja Lam from The Netherlands who runs Bright Star Western Show Boutique:
It is a problem many of us have encountered – The Showlife as well: messages from sketchy people on Facebook who want to sell their outfits or blankets. Quite often, these blankets and outfits are the cheap version of a custom made product. We have talked to Sabrina Hoppert and Nadine Caballera from MamaMia Showclothing about this topic.