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Updated: Feb 22


We are back on our resizing game, this time through lacing. Lacing has been used in adjusting fit since the inception of clothing, and as design detail for decades. Some of our favorite moments and earliest memories of it were in the 90s and early 2000s (Aaliyah's ICONIC 'More Than a Woman' video to be exact).

In our next workshop, we will teach you how to use this detail to add (or remove) and inch or two so your favorite pieces won't get abandoned at goodwill just yet, and you create a fit that works for you (there is no room for uncomfortable fits in 2023).


We've collected some of our favorite examples of lacing to inspire you on this redesign adventure, starting with the queen of lacing herself, our favorite, Alabama Blonde.


Charlotte Knowles - Fall 2020


David Koma Resort 2022





Dior Fall 2003



Alexander McQueen Fall 2017




Alexander McQueen Spring 2020



Proenza Schouler Fall 2016



Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Fall 2015


Mugler Spring 2018



DKNY Fall 2016


We love this lacing inspo, if you know the source, please reach out!







We are so excited about this next workshop. We love jewelry. We love DIY.... and we love everything about this mixed media madness. Our second Los Angeles Workshop is happening December 11 at Ground Floor Junction! Just in time to upcycle that old watch, broken necklace or weird 80's earrings (you like the color of but never wore) into a gift for yourself or someone you love! This trend is inspired by DIY and eclectic, colorful, gender neutral styling. Whether it be mixing pearls with chunky chains and hiking clips, upcycling watch faces as charms or simply creating a collage of heirlooms and talismans, this abstract design is fun and very re-creatable. Think of it as a charm bracelet, but evolved. Here are some of our favorite examples and inspiration!



























Updated: Aug 4, 2022

Here we are again- as always, looking to extend the life of the pieces we have and make them into something we love. We wanted to create a way to give a new life to stained garments, and clothes that just needed an update, period. We experimented with Abstract Over Dyeing in the form of an ancient Japanese technique dating back to the 12th century. We took inspiration from the ancient art of Suminagashi aka "floating ink" and some of our favorite abstract runway prints. Our runway inspiration for this colorful process comes from iconic prints by Stella McCartney Spring 2020, Mugler SS 2019, Mugler Spring 2020, Off White Spring 2020, Acne Studios Spring 2021, David Koma Pre Fall 2022, Dries Van Noten SS2021, Christopher Esber Pre Fall 2020 and more. We are hosting our first IRL workshop in LA this month and can't wait to teach you how to recreate these prints, by hand! Join Us!


Mugler SS 2019


Mugler Spring 2020


Off White Spring 2020


Acne Studios Spring 2021


David Koma Pre Fall 2022


Dries Van Noten SS2021


Christopher Esber Pre Fall 2020


Charlotte Knowles SS2021



Louis Vuitton Spring 2019


Stella McCartney Spring 2020



Issey Miyake Spring 1995


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