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First and foremost, thanks for visiting my shop! You are joining me on a journey that started 15 years ago in dusty thrift stores and stale church bazaars. I graduated from Philadelphia University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Design. A love affair led me to Los Angeles -where have I worked in the fashion industry designing women’s contemporary clothing for the past five years. To say that it was the best and worst of times is a contrived- but true statement. In fashion, the highs are high and the lows are debilitating. This summer I had just about enough of the worst times, I decided to follow my heart and pursue what brought me to the fashion industry in the first place. Vintage fashion. I have always considered myself an individual. Pink hair in my teens and thrift shop slips personified my early years of personal style. During high school I worked for an eccentric milliner (who also had pink hair, and gave me…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 24
  • Joined July 15, 2010

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About

First and foremost, thanks for visiting my shop! You are joining me on a journey that started 15 years ago in dusty thrift stores and stale church bazaars. I graduated from Philadelphia University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Design. A love affair led me to Los Angeles -where have I worked in the fashion industry designing women’s contemporary clothing for the past five years. To say that it was the best and worst of times is a contrived- but true statement. In fashion, the highs are high and the lows are debilitating. This summer I had just about enough of the worst times, I decided to follow my heart and pursue what brought me to the fashion industry in the first place. Vintage fashion. I have always considered myself an individual. Pink hair in my teens and thrift shop slips personified my early years of personal style. During high school I worked for an eccentric milliner (who also had pink hair, and gave me the first taste of just how insane the fashion industry really is) in a shop that sold apparel and accessories from Edwardian through Fifties. I was hooked and managed to begin an amazing collection of clothing- and was inspired to pursue a degree in fashion. My first thought every day- whether I am giving a presentation or cleaning my kitchen is “What am I going to wear today?” They say there is only one time to make a first impression- and isn’t fashion really the only way to say it with out saying anything at all? The pieces I present are a cast of characters from Delta Burke, to Dolly Parton. Who do you feel like being today?

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