ARTISTS ON THE HIGH LINE

ARTISTS ON THE HIGH LINE

Originally the High Line was coined as the “lifeline of New York” in the 19th century.  It was an elevated railway that allowed trains to transport meats and dairy products to warehouses along the west side without interfering with street level traffic....
STITCH FUN…

STITCH FUN…

….and by stitch I mean embroidery. I am just smitten with all the folk patterns and traditional floral and cross stitch embroidery that is all over peasant tops, skirts, evening dresses, sweaters and even outerwear. Garden florals are in.  Styles range from bright...
Essential Element

Essential Element

“Clothes are like a good meal, a good movie, great pieces of music.“ – Michael Kors Whether Clothes are like a piece of artwork, piece of sweet chocolate, a great book to read, or streets you pass by everyday, Clothes are essential elements to mold...
Loose ends…

Loose ends…

My current obsession is the destroyed look.  I’ve loved it all summer on jeans and t-shirts –in my opinion, the more trashed and hole ridden the better.   Lately though, I find that I’m loving the look even more on sweaters!  Give me a sweater with frayed...
Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

Since the 1880’s Denim and Indigo dyed clothing has been a staple of American Culture, one of the 1st things originating in America. What started as a work uniform, utility driven, tough fabric used for the “blue collar” worker has evolved over the...