with a touch
The guiding principle of Forest Child is built on a strong foundation of having sincerity in every action; from mindfully cutting a piece of leather to presenting an end-product that was extensively thought out and handcrafted with love and precision.
Their key focus is delivering an experience to create a timeless moment between crafter and individuals but here's the magic; the company's guiding principle naturally allows the quality of their product to speak for itself. Now, all you're left to do is enjoy the craft.
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to be celebrated”
Forest Child founder Addynna Azlinor was raised in St. John’s Island, Singapore and grew up as a tough nature lover. Her emotional attachment to the wilderness and her hunting skill with catapult and spears planted a seed of belief that she is a child of the forest.
For Addynna, every unique imperfection deserves to be celebrated and she embraces all beauty and passion in the craftsmanship of creatives especially in the art of building highly functional and fashionably elegant leather goods. There is a great sense of value and appreciation for Wabi Sabi in her crafting process; a Japanese term typically defined as “flawed beauty”. She speaks of Forest Child as a timeless bi-product that uses similar custom, tips and tricks assimilated from the crafting trade back in the good old days.
The knowledge of handcrafting footprints in pre-industrial society keeps her team’s creative fire and drive exuberant on a daily basis; because they trust that every new invention or craft on Earth shared by mankind is inspired by a piece of history either borrowed, assembled, deconstructed to construct or vice versa.
Their lifestyle and practices bridge craftsmen, craftswomen and creators from diverse artistic discipline and melts every individual into being completely present in the moment to produce real goodness. Every second shared and connection developed gives birth to a breeding culture of interdependent
artisans who are relentless in preserving
the handcrafting tradition.
“A breeding culture of interdependent artisans”