The beautiful Myrna Loy. Lovely companion to this photograph.
Bad Girls Go To Hell (1965)
Portugal based photographer Jorge Maia captures stunning scenes at night.
I’m intending to keep this from being a “OMG-Wishlist” type of bullshit blog, but I’m really feeling mules lately and this Stella McCartney convertible version is the only one I want.
More embroidery research! Hoping these details will be successful enough to not make me cry when I’m sewing the collection.
Embroidery was always something I was interested in and I’ve been doing research on it for the inspiration for the collection. I’m working to see how I can filter elements of these non traditional techniques into some interesting fabric manipulation for the collection.
My first baby in a series of projects based on remixing old vintage patterns from my collection. These are an Issey Miyake design. I have dedicated a board on Pinterest for this project. More to come!
Late night studio realness.
Militant gypsy. Those are the two words that popped into my head when I was searching for inspiration for my debut capsule collection. As with other creatives, inspiration is usually sparked by some type of personal experience to tie it back to, making the journey of exploration worthwhile.
If we sit down and think about it, all of us are collectors of something; however general or specific it may be. No matter what our personal preferences are when it comes to collecting, we’re all connected by the collecting of experiences.
Before this gets too Zen, my collection meets at the intersection of militant efficiency and old world gypsy mysteriousness. A mixture of working class fabrics, weathered femininity, topped with a touch of luxury of a bygone era.
It is the introduction to the values of our company: Old World sensibility modernized by New World technology.