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Remember when you were a kid and you had the time of your life painting nothing in particular, just for fun? Well, fabric painting brings us back to that feeling. We've been so inspired by the creative freedom of abstract painting (as well as the presence it brings) and think its the perfect way to redesign a retired piece in your closet, and an even better way to hide un unsightly spot you can't seem to get out of your jeans. We are creating a workshop around this process and cannot wait to share it with you this summer. Our inspiration comes from runway pieces from Alexander McQueen, Christopher Kane, Margiela, Off-White, Marni, Bottega Veneta and Yohji Yamamoto. Here are some of our favorites, starting with the most iconic runway moment from Alexander McQueen's 1999 No.13, featuring Shalom Harlowe being painted by Robots.

Alexander McQueen

Celine SS17

Maison Martin Margiela


Christopher Kane

Off-White SS20

Dolce & Gabbana FW20

Bottega Veneta

Yohji Yamamoto AW13

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!

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