Monthly Archives: October 2014

Mad Re-do Production

Racing to finish some new re-dos for my goddess-trunk-show-traveler Pat Henderson. She wanted more fall colors. Did I say I love shopping for men’s shirts? I love the quality and color of the fabrics, the boxy cut. I love cutting them up to re-invent them and making them conform to a female figure. I have dip dyed some of them. One I left large and am making a tunic in the Japanese style of peasant clothing. I am using some […]

What I did in New York!

1.Visited designer friends doing their Spring ’15 shows.   Catherine Bacon was at the W Times Square in the 48th floor. The views alone! She knows how to create an inviting space, with a calm yet productive energy. Her collection was integrated, balancing light and earthy tones, some pale, some rich, with elegant attention to detail.   It was nice to see one of my yardage pieces made up into one of her art-to-wear kimonos.   Stopped by Xiaoyan Lin […]