A discussion on vintage resale, alteration hacks, and the first project any aspiring clothing designer should pursue.
As recently as the 1960s, America made 90 percent of our clothes. These days it is three percent.
last week… Within the first few months of 2019, I found blogger Brittany at A Little Britt of Fun. Lindsay … More
last week… Recently I discovered the Rowing Blazers End-of-the-Day Rugbies. I was immediately impressed with the resourcefulness and ingenuity of … More
Alex James posits that the solution to the fast fashion epidemic is closer than we think.
last week… Who else has been keeping up with the reboot of Project Runway on Bravo? I especially enjoy the … More
last Sartorial Sustainability Sunday… This week I am excited to introduce Michelle Valtas. I initially connected with Michelle when I … More
read part I here… One of the strongest green initiatives of Airlie is the property’s approach to sustainable agriculture. Not only … More
Airlie hosted my husband and myself for the first night of our cross country road trip. Staying in Virginia was … More
last week… As committed last month, I hit another trifecta. I wore the tennis sweater three times, three ways, over the … More
last week… This week on Sartorial Sustainability Sunday, I am spotlighting the reuse angle of the environmental trio (reduce, reuse, … More