Eco-friendly fashion at SPANAKI

Spanaki is a greek company based in Thessaloniki, run by Anna and Sophia Germanou providing handmade accessories and graphic design aiming on reuse, redefine and resolve.



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Spanaki is the greek word for spinach used for both our graphic designs & handcrafted accessories.

THE PHILOSOPHY

All SPANAKI products are eco-friendly and made by reusing existing useless items. Made locally, sustainably, and with a love for craft. The company believes in ethical, conscious consuming and the collection is based on the desire to use everyday objects in unexpected ways. SPANAKI product inspiration is founded in every day life. Books, magazines, Vinyl records.The object of SPANAKI is to turn the ordinary to extraordinary, and to add function, beauty and sparkle along the way into every product they design.The designers believe in original, timeless design and lasting materials.Every clutch, purse or jewelry they design has a well-thought function, size, material and color. They strive for perfection and simply want to provide the best for you.The nature of the materials along with the individually numbered disc emphasize the unique character of each bag. No two are alike nor could they be.

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DESIGNER

Anna Germanou is a graphic designer from Greece, who is based in Thessaloniki. She started her studies on Informatics and communication, took an executive diploma on Marketing but her overriding passion in arts and design soon led her to this root. Studies jewelry manufacture and takes her MA degree in Graphic Desigh at Lancashire University in 2011.All those years she attends drawing courses and concerns herself with all kind of crafts. In 2010 she introduces her "REUSE" project based on the idea of upcycling used or discarded materials, invents the construction of a handbag which is made of magazine pages and launches a series of unique, numbered clutches. "My intension is to expand the product's lifecycle by transforming it into something new that can offer a new satisfaction to its owner and in a way delay it from being detrimental to the environment" she claims. She is inspired by old images, typography, and magazine illustrations which she converts into fashionable clutches.

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