This article appeared in the the Baltimore Sun on November 11, 1993
How cute is this? It’s The Complete Family Sewing Book, published in 1972.
Alexandre Vauthier is not the only designer cultivating the 80s rock vixen look, but he is definitely our favorite.
This cozy room was part of a home featured in the 1976 book, Converted Into Houses.
It’s always inspiring to discover successful, creative people who live outside of artistic hubs New York and Los Angeles.
Designer Martin Grant knows how to cut a flattering silhouette.
From the May 1995 issue of Vogue UK ~ ‘Simple clean-cut shapes take on a thoroughly-modern — and dynamic — mood in super supple fabrics.’
You don’t have to be down in New Orleans lifting your shirt for some cheap beads to get your Mardi Gras on.
By mixing grunge with athletic-wear, Jade flawlessly merged two divergent fashion trends of the 1990s.
Who knew piles of rugs could make for such compelling images?
With political activism on the rise, Karen Walker’s resort line seems especially on-point.
From the February 1983 issue of Seventeen ‘Look into our six ways to make up eyes for say and night… perfectly.’