One for every occasion.
It was during lockdown when 74-year old Victoria Manzaneque from Spain got bored and decided to create instead of just sitting around: She started her project “The Spanish Grandma” offering colorful crochet pieces handmade by herself while using only deadstock material and already used Wool − a condition she had to fulfill to get her designs sold at Les Fleurs Studio, an online store founded by her granddaughter and stylist Maria Bernard.
But The Spanish Grandma is not a one-woman-project, in fact, it’s more of a three-generations-project which is run by a grandmother, mother, and granddaughter:
While Victoria is designing and creating the pieces, Maria takes care of the styling, photos, and socials, giving the label a modern twist. The first drop consists of cup warmers, coasters, and a range of vintage home pieces which are hand-selected by Victoria herself. All of them will surely bring some coziness into our homes during and after the pandemic. You can admire and shop all the pieces now at Les Fleurs Studio. The Spanish Grandma is also on Instagram.
All pieces are handmade in Alicante, Spain.
Photos: The Spanish Grandma