In Conversation: Viola Beuscher - Indian Goods Co
In Conversation: Eva Kim - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: Eva Kim

In Conversation is a new series of talks with women we find fascinating: We want to hear their take on business, femininity & feminism, fashion, body image and the things that move them.

 

Eva Kim, who goes by the nickname Kim, creates beautifully poetic pieces from clay under her brand kimceramics. Her glazes are reminiscent of watercolours, and she shares the joys of the unpredictability of working with colour and heat through her Instagram posts. She invited us to her brand-new studio where she’s busy dreaming up an online store for her creations.

In Conversation: Sara Ellinger - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: Sara Ellinger

In Conversation is a new series of talks with women we find fascinating: We want to hear their take on business, femininity & feminism, fashion, body image and the things that move them.

 

Sara Ellinger is a graphic designer and mother of two little girls, Tilda and Java. She shares a beautifully designed apartment with her husband, his son and an adorable black poodle.

In Conversation: Rachel Dodoo-Mehl - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: Rachel Dodoo-Mehl

In Conversation is a new series of talks with women we find fascinating: We want to hear their take on business, femininity & feminism, fashion, body image and the things that move them.

 

Rachel Dodoo-Mehl wanted to introduce Frankfurt to an element of Sydney chic, and her gelateria Antipodean is certainly one of the most beautiful spots you can queue for ice cream. Regulars know to get there on time to taste Rachel’s fabulous offerings, made in-store using carefully selected ingredients.

In Conversation: The Lindenberg Edit - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: The Lindenberg Edit

In Conversation: KeHa Sun & Ms. Romanow - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: KeHa Sun & Ms. Romanow

In Conversation is a new series of talks with women we find fascinating: We want to hear their take on business, femininity & feminism, fashion, body image and the things that move them.

 

DJ duo KeHa Sun and Ms. Romanow don’t like being categorised by genre. “We want every gig to be amazing, with you having a really great time”, they say. They’ve created music for experiences as diverse as art exhibitions and experimental dining concepts, and have played at some of the coolest feel-good locations in Frankfurt.

In Conversation: The Frankfurt Edit - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: The Frankfurt Edit

In Conversation is a new series of talks with women we find fascinating: We want to hear their take on femininity & feminism, fashion, body image and things that move them.

 

Janice Henry and Kelly Ekardt started cool-stuff blog The Frankfurt Edit out of necessity: The move to Frankfurt left them feeling a little lost, as did the absence of English-language content about cool things to do in the city.

In Conversation: Beatriz Monteiro - Indian Goods Co

In Conversation: Beatriz Monteiro

In Conversation is a new series of talks with women we find fascinating: We want to hear their take on femininity & feminism, fashion & body image, work, play and things that move them.

First up is Beatriz Monteiro, stylist & personal shopper. Born and brought up in São Paulo, Brazil to a German mother and Brazilian father, she moved to Frankfurt as a teenager and has lived here since then.

Summer styles for vacationing at home - Indian Goods Co

Summer styles for vacationing at home

This summer will be different from those past. We'll probably be spending more time in and around our homes in the city, rather than at exotic far-away locales. That doesn’t mean we have to forgo the joy of escaping into nature and enjoying the warmth and sunshine amidst beautiful landscapes.

Making jewellery shiny again - Indian Goods Co

Making jewellery shiny again

A friend of my recently mentioned that a pair of earrings she'd bought from the shop were getting darker and she was worried they had been poorly ...