Have you ever wondered how designers do it? I can start you on the journey of thinking like a designer with my craft workshops. You can learn how to join the slow fashion movement by finding your unique style.
Designs for Life
a.k.a. Pretty, pretty things
Surround yourself with beautiful things. As a designer, I create things for the home, work and life. Using age old crafts with a modern aesthetic, I create something unique for people who enjoy handcrafted products. Loving your things and loving your space is a part of loving yourself.
Designs For Your Spaces
Designs for You
On the Process Blog
I love the textural aesthetic of hand painted textiles. I recently started painting textiles for my craft booth. I decided to make my signs and banners for my booth hoping to attract customers and really communicate my brand. I never felt that the tablecloths in the market and vinyl signs ever fit my colorful, modern aesthetic.
Those t-shirts in The Gap looked like a new concept to people not connected by a world wide web of possibility. With the internet people could access global trends. This kind of hurt stores like The Gap because now being everything to all people meant a lot of effin’ people. You can’t make everyone happy.
Just because people are buying a product doesn’t mean that it’s loved. People buy fast fashion mainly because its cheap and because socially (and legally!) they need to be clothed. But do they love what they are wearing? I doubt it.
Believe it or not, fashion can solve problems. Worldwide, the apparel industry is a $1.3 trillion business. Literally everyone wears clothes. All of those people have needs and problems to be solved.
Fast fashion consumerism is planned obsolescence which devalues clothing.