ArtThreadsStudio

Art Threads Studio: Emily Gartner Designs

Indianapolis, Indiana

Announcement    It's July and I've chosen to highlight one of my favorite designer's, Stephen Sprouse. I was living in NYC in the 80's when I first discovered his fashion brand. Back then he was getting attention from those who lived uptown and downtown in New York, which was very rare. His clothing wasn't as widely distributed as some of the other bigger designers. So it's no surprise I favored his clothing, it really was wearable art.

My collection of scarves are a nod to his 80's neon color palette and punk art aesthetic. It's the perfect pop of color any season. The mediums sized scarves can be folded as tops or worn as headwear and neckwear. Small scarves for wrist or purses....or a pocket square. Larger scarves can be used as clothing like sarongs or a halter dress. I continue to up cycle clothing, this month I’m re-fashioning them into a punk art /graffiti style vibe! So shop your closet if you're interested in something similar.

In addition, I will also offer to up cycle vintage wedding gowns into kimono jackets for my customers who are looking for a sentimental piece of wearable art. The fabric can be hand dyed in your favorite color and combined with one of my original, custom fabrics. Or a fabric can be designed related to the bride.

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Last updated on Jul 9, 2022

It's July and I've chosen to highlight one of my favorite designer's, Stephen Sprouse. I was living in NYC in the 80's when I first discovered his fashion brand. Back then he was getting attention from those who lived uptown and downtown in New York, which was very rare. His clothing wasn't as widely distributed as some of the other bigger designers. So it's no surprise I favored his clothing, it really was wearable art.

My collection of scarves are a nod to his 80's neon color palette and punk art aesthetic. It's the perfect pop of color any season. The mediums sized scarves can be folded as tops or worn as headwear and neckwear. Small scarves for wrist or purses....or a pocket square. Larger scarves can be used as clothing like sarongs or a halter dress. I continue to up cycle clothing, this month I’m re-fashioning them into a punk art /graffiti style vibe! So shop your closet if you're interested in something similar.

In addition, I will also offer to up cycle vintage wedding gowns into kimono jackets for my customers who are looking for a sentimental piece of wearable art. The fabric can be hand dyed in your favorite color and combined with one of my original, custom fabrics. Or a fabric can be designed related to the bride.

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Going forward, I will be creating scarves in a variety of sizes all under $85. I will also feature more up cycled clothing.

I am a textile artist that creates custom fabrics for capsule collections. My current emphasis is on scarves and showing my customers a variety of ways to enhance the basics in your wardrobe.

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  • Emily Gartner

    Designer, Maker, Textile Artist

    Bespoke textile artist designing sustainable fashions w/a pop art twist pairing reverence for the past with a modern twist. My new collection is called "Wanderlust". Those things that take you into a dreamland curated by you.

Production partners

  • Gooten

    United States

    My exclusive prints go on these products.

  • Interest Print

    New York, NY

    Company places my print pattern on the sneakers.

  • Red Bubble

    NJ, United States

    I design and they cut and sew top.

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