Thursday, October 23, 2014

Cats Rule Everything Around Me Jacket

Who wouldn't want a romantically airbrushed style vintage cat print getting their back? If that's you, you'll flip over this one of a kind patched denim of a cat print surrounded by a cameo created from hand dyed lace, mounted on a repurposed vintage atomic print tea towel.




Photographers: Emily Freimuth & Rick Frantz

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Kanga Pouch Henly

Take a comfy vintage ring spun heather henley in a surprisingly modern loose, but cropped style. Add a custom kangaroo pouch to hold your hands, smartphone, whatever. Score a bold, one of a kind, comfy addition to your wardrobe! The beauty of this piece lies in the pouch created from a wool Mexican serape. We have to go a bit beyond beauty to functional design because we all know that swaddling your hands in wool is not the smooth fleecy experience you'd expect. Because I want you to love your clothes so you wear them threadbare, I made sure the pocket has a soft, black, t shirt material lining. 





Photographer: Rick Frantz

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Alex's Jacket

I created a custom jacket for Alex. She happens to be an amazing stylist at Charisma Salon and obviously has good taste in patches ;) Thanks, Alex! Rock your style all fall.

For this, I used repurposed, found and hand painted pieces.







Monday, October 20, 2014

Last show of the summer

Fall is in full swing. Gone is the high sun, cotton fabric and barbecue. Jackets, roasted squash and leaves colored in the full spectrum of red to yellow are ushered in their place. So let's roll the new collection out!

To start, I'm going to show a few photos from my last show from Sharon's Waterfire


 I shared a booth with artist Jenna Colby


Friday, August 15, 2014

Summer Magic

I have to admit, summer does feel over and has for several weeks. It's just not as humid and coolness permeates the air. The engulfing warmth that comes from high sunshine and carefree days of playing outside are almost a memory of a beautiful season I won't see until well into next year. That being said, I am still far from accepting the fall and the food and wardrobe changes that come along with it. I do miss my biker coat, but I have plenty of time to wrap myself in the protective garb its leathery badassness. For now, I am relishing in the remaining remnants of summer's magic.




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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Not Alone jacket

Ever wonder if you are alone in the universe? Ren & Stimpy got your back. Patched onto an XL rugged man's Gap denim jacket and enhanced with a rad cosmic space print, it will unlock your world and never allow for doubt about your existential skepticism.



Photography: Emily Freimuth
Styling: Stephanie Westley & Emily Freimuth
Model: Jessica Brookhouser
Jewelry: Agatha & Emily

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Gnome Way crossbody

A repurposed Devil Wears Prada tee is transformed into a whimsical crossbody bag. The design is roomy and comfortable with a full knit lining and inside pocket. Constructed with multiple fabrics to enhance the sorbet color story. The flap with vintage floral button closure is completed with a machine appliqued design on the bottom half that rounds out this radical and bold accessory that is sure to make you stand out and blow minds.







Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Custom Cut Tanks

Here's my most recent and last of the summer custom cut tees. Each piece is individually designed to fit the style and fit of the tee and best honors the vintage integrity and killer print .






Monday, August 11, 2014

Float On jacket

Created with a backpatch of hand lettering on vintage fabric and a novelty bandana and complimentary patch on the front, this custom Wranglers denim jacket is a fun statement piece packed with brightness and subtle meaning and attitude.



Photography: Rick Frantz & Stephanie Westley
Model: Jessica Brookhouser
Styling: Stephanie Westley & Emily Friemouth
Jewelry: Agatha & Emily

Friday, August 8, 2014

L Word

As we speak, I am watching the series finale of the L Word. I loved the show from beginning to end! They did such a good job balancing the multiple main character roles, character development and actor cameo roles. I loved the wardrobe on the show as well. The style was incredible and I loved how the show sourced unique hand altered and customized statement pieces and vintage. It might've been season 3 or 4 in the Planet where Shane was wearing this denim top with a big back piece of a button mosaic in the shape of a military medal. So much personality in the clothing in this show!


Photos: Google