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Sand&palm Featured in Drift Magazine!
Over the moon with this feature in Drift Magazine! ✨ I feel so fortunate to have worked with the amazing humans that are Tia from @breakfast_and_beyond and @johnhersey.studio on this and it comes as a follow up to featuring on Tia’s podcast earlier in the month at @boteletcornwall (which is available on @spotify if you haven’t listened to it yet!!) Click here to read the article in full on @issuu, or you can have a read below. Words by Tia, photos by John, feature by Drift.
We absolutely love Amanda Djerf's style and surfing and we're so stoked to collaborate with her. We wanted to get to know her a bit better. - When did you first get into surfing? My dad took me out for the first time when I was around 12. At the time we lived in California and I definitely fell for the whole lifestyle then, but I had no friends that surfed and I played a lot of sports so I didn’t really get so into it, and then we moved back to Sweden. But as soon as I graduated...
Sand&Palm Talks To Germain Mermaid Diary
SWIMWEAR DESIGNER AND MERMAID BASED IN BARCELONA: MEET VICKI JONES "My soul is inspired when I am fully absorbed in something which consumes my whole being, like Surfing, art, music, dance and yoga. It’s something unexplainable, a form of meditation, a timeless, deep-seated, pure bliss.“ Hi, my name is Vicki and I’m from the UK. I am a graphic designer and recently launched my own ethical and responsible, handmade swimwear collection, „sand and palm.“ I have been surfing for more than half of my life! I first learnt on a school trip to Wales when I was 14 and have...
Sand&Palm X Akela Surf Interview
Akela Surf asked a few questions to Vicki, founder of sand&palm. This is how it went: "Akela Surf friend and Artist Vicki Jones is launching her swimwear brand @sandandpalm, we would to talk to her more about this project and why not make a collaboration Sand and Palm X Akela Surf. - Why @sandandpalm? This is a venture I’ve been wanting to embark on for a very, very long time. I’m notoriously indecisive and names have come and gone. For some reason sand&palm came to me, and it stuck. I think because it is simple and timeless. It is not place or time specific,...