tovarniške trgovine / factory shops

zelo rada kupujem materiale  v tovarniških trgovinah, kjer vedno odkrijem kaj novega. moja prva srečanja s tovrstnimi trgovinami so bila že med študijem, ko smo s sošolkami v trgovini “tekstilindusa” v kranju kupovale vzorčne ostanke blaga, namenjene italijanskim kupcem. pred leti je v ljubljani gostovala tekstilna oblikovalka iz nizozemske, najbolj znana po kolekciji klobukov, ki jih je oblikovala za issey miyakeya. v trgovini “filc mengeš” se kar ni mogla načuditi raznovrstnosti ponudbe. sama najraje izbiram trakove, elastike in vrvice v prodajalni tovarne “trak domžale”.  nazadnje sem pokupila zalogo trakov, iz katerih so nastali kvačkani cekri in košare. ker pa je pri nas vedno manj tekstilnih tovarn, tudi tovrstne trgovine izginjajo.  nadomeščajo jih novodobni in modni outleti.

I like to buy materials that I need for my work in factory shops, where I always find something new and inspiring.  my first meetings with such shops were during my study when I was buying sample pieces of textile materials intended for italian customers in the “tekstilindus” factory shop with my classmates. some years ago a guest professor from the netherlands, who also designed collections of felt hats for issey miyake, came to ljubljana. she was amazed with the felt supply in the factory shop of “filc mengeš” and couldn t decide what to buy. I prefer to buy ribbons, elastics and cords in the factory shop of “trak domžale”. last time I snapped up a stock of ribbons from which crocheted baskets and bags were designed. as there are fewer and fewer textile factories in slovenia, factory shops are also slowly disappearing. they are being replaced by fashionable outlets.

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