Here are some images from last night’s STRUT fashion show in Burlington, Vermont. These are the more candid shots of getting ready and going through rehearsal. We had such a great day and hanging out together was really fun. Thank you to all who helped make the show happen. I won’t name you all, there are too many of you who supported Elizabeth and I produce our collection. You know who you are. Many thanks.
now that all of the pieces are created. It’s time to look for subtle threads (literally & figuratively) that unite the collection. I love this part almost as much as pizza & champagne when we’re all done. I really like that part. Elizabeth Bunsen’s dyed fabric, my work in scrap leather and photography and Jane Frank’s jewelry is telling a story just as we had hoped from the beginning. Storytelling through this collaborative work is maybe the best part of the whole shootin’ match in my estimation.
The details are details. They make the product.
The connections, the connections, the connections. It will in the end be these details that give the product its life.
This is some of the work completed today at Jane Frank’s class that I take with a few other inspired women on Monday mornings. The glass pendant was created with remarkable attention to detail. Martha, it turned out beautifully. The two rings were done by Anastasia and I think the design is really interesting. I want to steal this idea for my next jewelry project in class. I love the play of the industrial design with the more delicate piece on top—very Rock & Roll, Anastasia.
The copper pieces I created today to use as the center piece for my leather pendants. I can’t wait to incorporate them into my designs. The copper looks amazing on blue leather.