The crepe flowers in four different colours give life to the fantasy flowers that adorn Josef Frank's classic Mirakel print. Designer Sofia Jansson found inspiration in 19th century Christmases, where paper winter flowers were used to decorate the Christmas tree. According to legend, these flowers would bloom during the night and make the tree stand in full bloom on Christmas Eve. With the Winter Light (Vinterljus) collection, Sofia has taken the tradition into the present, where every detail, from the flower's crepe leaves and the stem in thin, twisted brass to the sepal and pistils in pearl formation are put together by hand. Strips are cut and stamped out of sheets of paper before being folded and shaped. Finally, they are sewn together into lovely little flowers, where each is unique in both expression and finishing.
Sofia Vusir Jansson
Sofia Vusir Jansson works broadly with commissions in photography, scenography, interior design and writing. Her creations take off in an imaginary world, with the objective that the they should always be perceived as organic and real