“Be Big and Small. Be big in your work, but be small, and simple, and modest in your life. That’s my heritage.” ~ Alber Elbaz
I am currently in a show at the Center For Contemporary Art and the Natural World The Exhibition: Fashion Footprints Sustainable Approaches is a groundbreaking concept devised by CCANW and graduates from the MA Fashion and the Environment at London College of Fashion. The work is on view through November, 2010. I was asked to [...]
One year ago, I got an email from Tina Lutz of Lutz & Patmos. Tina was inquiring about apparel production in Africa. I was thrilled to hear that their new guest designer was to be Archbishop Desmond Tutu! I already knew Lutz & Patmos had been dedicating at least one style per season to a [...]
If you love riding your bicycle, chances are, you’re going to crash. That’s why I always wear my helmet. I’ve had a handful of crashes, mostly on the urban streets/pavement. In three of those accidents, I was only cruising 4 or 5 miles an hour and one time I woke up in an ambulance with [...]
I recently directed and created a video PSA for the CHRISTIE’S GREEN AUCTION in honor of the upcoming 40th Anniversary of Earth Day. I had my heart set on filming in an urban greenhouse and I was delighted to find Eli Zabar’s Vinegar Factory rooftop gardens on the way upper east side of Manhattan… and [...]
Welcome to the new Reap What You Sew website and blog.