Together with the release of the 4th edition of Sindroms, the magazine is launching a new, monochromatic product, Omakase: Pink. Omakase is a Japanese concept of allowing the chef to decide your meal, instead of choosing yourself. It translates to ‘I leave it up to you’, and the concept is very much an exercise of trust – you put your taste buds in the hands of an expert and trust that the experience will be great.
The interpretation of this resulted in Omakase: Pink, a monochrome, limited-edition gift box, for which the Sindroms team has curated a selection of pink design objects & products, collaborating with some of their favorite designers, artists, or brands. The box is, of course, a mystery – so you only discover the contents once you receive it!
Half of the products have been created exclusively for Omakase: Pink, in collaboration with two artists/designers, and one brand. The other 3 were carefully selected from one emerging designer and two renowned brands. We included a couple of Scandinavian designers/brands, and the rest are international which are: Wang & Soderström, Normann Copenhagen, Corey Moranis, Amina Horozic, Seemsoap, Nuuna.
The box was curated as both an overarching story across the objects, and also as independent designs – in a unisex mix. You can get the whole box for yourself or gift it to someone, but also keep what you like and gift one or some of the products to one or more friends. An object for true design lovers. Images by Andrés Reisinger.
- Limited edition of 5 boxes
- Value of contents: 500 EUR
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