Sun and Glory has a bit in the bimonthly magazine The Clothes Maiden. The magazine was started by a young full time fashion editor featuring some amazing artists and designers. I was so happy when they contacted me asking to feature my line. What a treat! Thanks ladies for having me as a part of your work.
You can check out the magazines at any of the links below. Sun and Glory is in issue 10, page 52.
i am soooo pleased to announce the bohemian collective winter 2012 look book, mystic moon! laura,was so kind to ask me a few months ago if i was interested in joining all these amazing artists to create a truly collective piece of work… and i of course jumped on it! the lookbook launched a few days ago, but since i have been in the car for two days and am now siting in a hotel room waiting to move in to my new home in CO, i haven’t had a chance to share it until now…and it has been killing me! please jump over and check out the beautiful photos, styling, and all the inspirational pieces available for us all. a sun and glory belt can be seen above on the cover! laura, makes it look stunning!
i am truly inspired to start making bigger and better pieces…i can’t wait to get settled in and get to work. more to come on the move. only a few minor freak outs!
the bohemian collective winter 2012 lookbook
as i had mentioned last week in a post, i went out of town for work. i was shooting a commercial with dee snider, from twisted sister, and had to dress the other talent and background in 80′s hair band costumes! while researching for the job i came across some amazing photos that i could not resist sharing.
i mean, the 80′s were pretty amazing, to me anyways. i actually think people really miss the mark when it comes to what the 80′s really were. sure there was neon, and side ponytails…but oh, it was so much more than that. so, much more!
i think we lack a bit of the playful, extravagant silhouette in today’s fashion. things are much more simple. we keep recreating trends over and over. are we lacking in imagination? or 20 years from now, will we be able to see the distinct look of the 2000′s? or 2010′s?
i couldn’t help but to think about the elizabethan era or renaissance (yes, i majored in costume) where things were so over the top, like the 80′s. don’t get me wrong…i definitely don’t want to wear a corset, or spend an hour hairspraying my hair. i like being simple…i just also like analyzing it!
(unfortunately, i don’t have reference for these photos. i googled 80′s hair band and had to sift through lots and didn’t record any of it. shame on me!!)