Had a fabulous time at the milliners' fete.
Sipped too much bubbly, met many new hat enthusiasts and caught up with old friends.
Pictures coming soon, I promise.

I'm feeling inspired to make hats again. So far the ones I've made for myself were received well.
Just may have to add some to the collection.

On an unrelated note...
Caroline and I are planning a little holiday shopping event in her lovely gallery in Williamsburg. The dates are December 12th and 13th.
More details to follow, but save the dates.

Have a great weekend.



The Milliners Guild Welcomes You to Put On Your Most Spectacular Hat
And Join Our Annual St. Catherine's Day Celebration!

Meet us at the Millinery Center Synagogue
1025 Avenue of the Americas  - between 38 & 39 Streets at 5:00pm

Walk with us through Bryant Park to 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue
Up Fifth Avenue - Right on 51st Street to our Fabulous Party at
Haven : 244 E 51st Street near Second Avenue

Special thanks to Moet Hennessy USA for providing the Veuve Clicquot for our champagne hour (6-7pm)

New this year: BEST HAT CONTEST, for non-members only
Winner will be determined by guild members.


Love the imagery in this.
Love this song, and everything about her.

That kind of day.


Actually working on oversized black leather totes at the moment.
Not quite as large...


If you live in the New York City area, you should check out the grad opening party for a new boutique in Dubmo,  Brooklyn.

Bellow is an invite for the event.
Hope to see you there.

P.S.  My first studio was in 68 Jay.


Organic wool scarflettes are back in stock.

I'll be adding new styles to the shop later this week.

Right now I'm updating the images.
I feel that more detailed photos will do these lovelies justice.

Off to play photographer.


Really feeling the metallics again.
Especially the silver ones this time.

Liking how the heavier metal zipper plays with the silver shimmer of the linen.
Gives the bags a little bit of an edgy look that I feel my work has lacked.
I like edgy.
And simple.

Coming soon to the Shop.


I'm in love with the black and white rendition of this video.
The movement and interaction between Nick and PJ seems so much more dramatic without their song.

Original version can be seen and heard HERE.