September 4, 2012 § Leave a comment
Here are a few pictures of our display this past Sunday. I introduced Manu, my collection of handbags, belts and scarfs. I’ve been scouring vintage markets and antique shops for fabrics and components for years, and am really pleased with how they have come together with my own contemporary accessories in this new line. I have also developed custom-dyed fabrics, including silk, wool and organic cotton, which are then manipulated through traditional and contemporary techniques such as knitting, stitching, nuno felting, batik, crochet, embroidery, quilting and collage.
The resulting fashion accessories are a playful juxtaposition of contemporary and vintage textiles inspired by the mix of color and ornament in indigenous folk art and the rough and weathered look of things well-worn and well-loved.
The SoWa Open Market is held Sundays, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., at 460 Harrison Avenue, in one of Boston’s hippest neighborhoods, The South End, which is touted as the best outdoor shopping in Boston!
September 1, 2012 § Leave a comment
Jenne Rayburn Recycled Plastic Statement Necklaces and Cuff Bracelets were featured at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim at a party for Miami based fashion bloggers on July 19th, hosted by Bloggers Night Out and sponsored by Plastics Make it Possible, Schick Quattro for Women, Orchid Boutique and LYST.
Thank you to stylist Isabelle Philogene, Allyson Wilson at the American Chemistry Council and PR firm Ogilvy & Mather!