|One of Susanne Bisovsky's designs|
You need to make an appointment to visit the studio, and it is absolutely worth it. Not only did I get to see all of Susanne's beautiful designs, but also the space she inhabits to both work and live. This is noteworthy because, of anyone I've met, she has an aesthetic that permeates everything she does. Every corner of her space is beautiful and filled with lovely things. This is a little nook in her kitchen, for instance!
I was initially interested in Susanne's work because she designs dirndls, but they're really a small part of what she does. Her ready-to-wear line is much larger, and is just stunning. Susanne designs all the fabrics and has them printed exclusively. Every piece I looked at was more beautiful than the last.
I also learned that she designs dirndls for Sportalm, which might explain why I like them so much.
Her studio is filled has sky-high ceilings, gorgeous fabrics, and crinolines hanging from the ceilings.
I was delighted when Susanne dressed me up like a doll. Look at that beautiful handmade Frida-Kahlo-inspired headpiece!
I bought the skirt as a souvenir and Susanne packed my bag with little gifts like a pair of these beautiful socks.
I think I've met someone who loves roses as much as I do!
How could I not love someone who collects vintage yarn poodles at flea markets?