mous Magazine

mous Magazine
April 26, 2017 TVP
In Press

Independent Australian design and culture publication, mous magazine featured a little interview we did awhile back with Heidi Kraak.

As a twelve-year-old, Bianca Sophie Vallentine tie-dyed socks and knickers for her local hippie shop.  Aside from saving for her hope chest, like all the other little girls at schools, the lucrative little business launched Bianca into the magical world of textile design and, thankfully for those of us who appreciate dreamy linen, resulted in The Vallentine Project.

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