Sneak Peek | Forest & Waves 2014 Collection

Today we're excited to share a sneak peek of the new Forest & Waves 2014 collection which is launching today.  The new collection continues to be inspired by adventure and the playful shapes of nature as we've come to love and know them by. "We aim to evoke the spirit of the outdoors: hiking in the forest and surfing the waves. Throughout this year, I want to expand these themes even further and make us think about how people connect with the outdoors, even when you're back at home. For those of us not fortunate to live close to fjords, mountains or the coast, I want Forest & Waves to be a reminder that nature is always calling", says owner/designer, Edward Juan.

For those of you who happen to be in the lower mainland, Forest & Waves has a pop-up shop in Vancouver in the West End (990 Nicola St. Vancouver, BC) called,  West End General Store.  The pop-up is open Aug. 1 to Sept. 14, and will feature the Forest & Waves collection along with pieces by Annie Chen of Lemonni.  There is also farm-fresh teas and limited-edition tea-infused desserts from Jenny Loof Oollo Tea.

Forest & Waves will also be at "Poppytalk Curated" at The District at this year's IDSwest in late September (25 - 28) at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

Let's take a look shall we?

West End General Store

About Forest & Waves:

Edward Juan was born and raised in a small beachside village in Taiwan.  At a young age he and his family immigrated to Toronto, Canada.  Growing up in a family of travellers and entrepreneurs, Ed was raised to connect with nature and the outdoors.  After years of working at animated film studios, Ed realized he needs a change of pace in life.  At 2012 he formed Forest & Waves with a vision to design and create beautiful objects that incorporates his love for the outdoors.

Visit Forest & Waves online:

Shop: West End General Store Pop-Up
Instagram: @forestandwaves
Twitter: @forestandwaves

Jan Halvarson


Lady Grey said...

I've never heard of them before - and I'm completely smitten!

Jan Halvarson said...

Hi Vanessa! So glad we could introduce you - could totally see these things with you up north!