Monthly Archives: January 2012

The watercolor floral is one of my favorite print trends for spring. The look is feminine and sweet, and the colors are both vibrant and soft at the same time. These prints make gorgeous dresses and blouses, as you can … Continue reading

New York and winter are such an odd combination. Older apartment buildings like ours are notorious for being overheated to the point where we keep the windows partially open on all but the coldest of days. Meanwhile, our studio can … Continue reading

Orange you glad it’s almost spring? Yeah, okay, that’s pretty bad, but I couldn’t resist because orange is the color for spring 2012 according to fashion trend forecasters and trendsetters from Pantone to designer runways. I’m thrilled because orange is … Continue reading

Even though it’s a cold and blustery day in Brooklyn today, we are celebrating spring in the studio with the arrival of the new Lisette fabric collection. I made up the Market Dress in a beautiful sheer cotton lawn featuring … Continue reading

It’s feeling very spring-like in New York this week, in more ways than one. Not only has it been warm outside. I’ve also just spent the last few days listening to spring trend forecasting presentations, and the one theme that’s … Continue reading

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