Of course, you want to know who made your clothes. I want you to know, it’s important to me too. All the bikinis & accessories @u.candesign are handmade ethically ♻️ with care & love, all fabrics are printed in Uk adopting a water-free manufacturing and printing process & all inks are eco-friendly. All of us love fashion, but we don’t want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet. With #fashionrevolution we demand radical, revolutionary change.#FashionRevolution is working to secure radical change in the way that our clothing is produced, sourced and consumed.To knows more about & to support this movement follow the link below
Sicuramente vuoi sapere chi ha fatto i tuoi vestiti, voglio che tu sappia che e’ importante pure per me. I Bikini e accessori @u.candesignsono fatti a mano, eticamente con cura & amore, tutti i tessuti sono stampati in UK utilizzando una produzione & stampa water-free🌀tutti gli inchiostri sono eco-friendly. ♻️ Tutti noi amiamo la moda, ma non vogliamo che il nostro abbigliamento sfrutti le persone o distrugga il nostro pianeta. Con #fashionrevolution chiediamo un radicale, rivoluzionario cambiamento.
“A team of engineers from Heriot-Watt University, the University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian clinicians tested the effectiveness of seven types of face covering—including medical-grade and home-made masks—found that they could all potentially help limit the spread of COVID-19.”
We are all facing a very surreal time, today my thought is going not only for all the affected about the pandemic around the Planet, Covid19 is making more victims then we think, this is why every day I try to do the difference supporting the local business. I choose to buy a coffee take way from a little shop down the road, to buy a pizza take away and go shopping from a local trader instead to go to the big stores, we all can make the difference. I month ago I launched a campain to rise some money for NHS, I gave my little contribute making this face masks with some of my fabrics. I want to say thank you to all my contacts in UK that gave their contribute to NHS getting one of my mask, I hope to have made a more colorful & beautiful day.
My designs are inspired by my background, what I experienced growing up in my beautiful island, my love for the sea and for surfing, considered not just as a sport but as a way of life. U-Can designes speak to those who love freedom and nature with a touch of Hawaiian style, those who dream of beautiful sea and look for the next chance to ride the perfect wave, the brave ones and those ready for the next adventure.
So, how does U-Can website work?
If you are a gipsy soul and you feel inspired by all things that are nature, surfing and sea, you can pick your favourite pattern and create the accessoire you prefer and it will made and delivered to you. You can contact me for your special requirements or chose to customise some of the items like flip flops, phone cases, bags, bikinies, surf bags and many more…U decide!
U-Can Design is a new idea of design dedicated to those who don’t have experience.
U-Can is a word-pun that comes from my last name. As a self-taught designer, I wanted to create something for people like me and to bring them the message that it is possible to cultivate your passions despite your financial, geographical or physical circumstances.
My own name was there to inspire me: Canu…Can U…U Can!
I loved drawing since I could hold a pencil but for many reasons I have never pursued a formal education in the arts. Only later, as an adult in full time employment, something inside me woke up, pushing me to follow my true calling and that is when I started a new chapter in my life.
Five years ago I started creating small accessories, with fabric, resin and dung but I soon wanted to customise my products and I started hand-drawing patterns to be printed on fabric. Here is when my passion for Textile Design was born.
The decision to dedicate my life to the artes brought many big changes. I moved from my beloved country, Sardinia to London, where I studied at Chelsea University of the Arts and at Richmond College. These have been highly formative experiences, extremely useful to improve my techniques but also to expand my network and learn from other artists.
What I learned in these years is that artists and entrepreneurs of all backgrounds learn first of all from their mistakes and from their experiments and I think this is stimulating and should be inspiring to all that want to start a new venture.