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Following up on my previous holiday collection post. Here are some photos of my designs in progress. This is one of those patterns that was a struggle to get right. The bow was not big enough and not positioned correctly. … Continue reading
Here are sketches of my Holiday ’09 collection which will be for sale November 9th through December 31st at the MNfashion Holiday Boutique in Gaviidae Common. More details to follow at a later date, as well as photos of my … Continue reading
A random sampling of some sketches I have been working on this year. I am doing a totally different line for Fall, but these were super fun to work on.
If anyone is going to be in the Portland, OR area next month, stop by NEMO HQ to check out the surface design show I have work in. I did a 39″X90″ digitally printed wallpaper piece titled “As Above, So … Continue reading
Here are some random favorites from my visit to the Vintage Warehouse in Bristol, U.K. This dress is by U.K. designer Antony Price. You can check out more of his amazing work on showstudio.com This amazing dress (or negligee?) is … Continue reading
I submitted a tee shirt design called Lacescape to Threadless.com to be voted on and hopefully printed. If I get enough high scores the shirt will be printed and sold from the site and I will win some prizes. Take … Continue reading
So Far, the Pre-Fall collections do not seem to be offering up anything shockingly new silhouette wise. Designers usually play it safe and offer more accessible wardrobe staples during Pre-Fall and Resort collections. Granted these trying, sales slumping times do … Continue reading
While researching for my Autumn 2009 collection I came across the following images in my vintage Vogue collection. I am usually drawn to more muted earth tones, but I am becoming increasingly drawn to these unapologetically bright colors.
Here is another post from one of my favorite books “New Fashion Japan.” This time about Designer Yohji Yamamoto. It is amazing to hear him talk about his career and see how he has always evolved. His clothing is just … Continue reading