Thursday, 26 November 2015

// SEE YOU AT DEJM? //

YAY!

After applying to become a part of this
great design market a couple of times
we finally got a yes!! :D

See you there?
Anne-Marthe & I will be there both
SAT & SUN from 10-17

// SHOP SMALL // SUPPORT THE LOCALS //

Slow Fashion love from
Karoline 

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

// MADE IN NEPAL //





We are so happy for this article in
 the latest edition of the
Norwegian magazine
HENNE <3

The multitalented Nepal lover,
mountain climber,
 fashionista, journalist & blogger+ ,
Elisa R√łtterud,
 has written about one
of her latest trips to Nepal
in June 2015,
after the Earth Quake,
and
about Norwegian brands and designers
 working
with, in and for Nepal.

Thank you for your support,
Elisa, by
traveling there, time after time
and
also for supporting us that works with
the beautiful people
in
this beautiful country.
- NAMASTE - 

PSST!
We love Elisa's cool & inspiring
blog too, check out:

www.elisarotterud.no


It's in Norwegian, but luckily there
 is lot's of cool pics
 that will inspire you anyways (:

Thursday, 5 November 2015

// OUR ADVENTUROUS UNIVERSE //


Hello, you (:

Don't forget to follow
us at Instagram for
more updates on
what's moving
in our world,
both in
 Nepal & Norway.

@abarenessfashion 

https://instagram.com/abarenessfashion/ 


Peace & love
from
Anne-Marthe & Karoline 



Sunday, 1 November 2015

// THE END OF A FRIEND //




My friend had colon cancer. 
She was very close to me, loved me.
A typical Limbuni, both stern and fun.
Very clean and organized. She'd prepare lunch
in just 30 mins.
When I see people hurting and
 I am unable to help, I tend to run away from them.
When her health started deteriorating,
I started avoiding her.
Every time I saw her I felt 
very helpless.
I could not explain this to people because I knew they
wouldn't understand how I was feeling.
I did go meet her one time when she was in the hospital.
She was in the bed. She was in pain.
She started crying and I just couldn't.
I got up and told her I had to go to work and I left,
 crying the whole way.
She passed away and I couldn't even go to her cremation.
After two three months she came in my dreams.
 She looked her healthy normal self. She said,
'It's okay, I am in a better place'.
I felt glad that she was in a better place,
without pain."
(Abhilasha Subba, Kirtipur)


More stories:
www.storiesofnepal.com