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One Size Does Not Fit Most

On one of my recent visits to Britex in San Francisco, I learned the store was phasing out sewing patterns from the “traditional” companies like Vogue for Indie and independent designers.  I respect Britex’s attention to uniqueness and its historic … Continue reading

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Lanvin at 125: Marie-Blanche de Polignac

Originally posted on PatternVault:
Vogue 1120 by Lanvin, Vogue, October 1950. Photo: Richard Rutledge. This week, the second post in my series on Lanvin sewing patterns. (See my post on Jeanne Lanvin’s interwar patterns here.) Born Marguerite di Pietro, Marie-Blanche…

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What do Bloomingdales and Crayola have in common? http://laughingsquid.com/designers-fashion-brightly-colored-clothing-out-of-crayola-crayons-for-unique-bloomingdales-window-display/

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