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Traveling the Fashion Harbours of this world

The idea for Fashion-Harbour.com came in November 2015. I was a new mom and I couldn’t bear the thought of leaving my son for a full day. So a job where I had to leave the House everyday was not an option. I was chatting with my husband over a glass of wine about how nice it would be to have my own business, and as the evening went on I realised that in my past there was one job I loved doing the most – working for an online Shop. It was interesting, challenging and always something new. And the best thing, I could work from home and still be with my son. So there it was, my business…I didn’t really have to think much about the name, I wanted something big, something that tells you just by the name what you will get. And the place you will find everything is the Harbour. Fashion Harbour – that was it. Immediately I bought my domain and got all excited about my new adventure. I didn’t really think about what was to come…

A couple of months later I found myself in India, the place where intricate fashion was born.

Vibrant, colourful, loud India. Just like my Indian husband 🙂

So I went there, just my son and me…

more in my next post 😉

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Vibrant, colourful, loud India…

Indeed it was, very loud and very colourful. The sarees the women were wearing was just candy to the eyes. Beautiful colours and the stones sparkled in the sun. I was impressed by the orchestra of life which happened on the streets. Women were sewing flower garlands, 4 family members traveling on a scooter, and old men pulling a heavy cart between the organised chaotic traffic, children buying snacks from the many roadside stalls and of course the classic cow relaxing in the middle of the road while cars were passing by. Trees that looked so big as if they have witnessed the city for over a hundred years. It was simply mesmerising.

I found a jewellery designer who had many unique pieces, seeing all the one of a kind stones she had used in her jewellery was simply amazing. I couldn’t decide which ones to take with me. There were fossils, stones that looked like an underwater world and meteorites.
Meteorites that travelled from outer space to our planet earth, how much more special can it get when it comes to buying and wearing jewellery?

Have a look at all the unique Stones she used in her jewellery and read about it in the description 🙂

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