Previously we shared our excitedment about Recycled, Up-Cycled, Re-Purposed Clothing Design: A Slow Fashion Movement, a show that Sassy Feet! shoes and bags would be in at the San Jose Quilt & Textile Museum. This was a collaborative show featuring
As the semi-finals of America’s Got Talent (AGT) are getting closer, there’s one class act I need to discuss. It’s not the mind blowing mentalist Oz Perlman, the young girl, Alondra Santos, with stellar operatic vocals, the quipping magic dragon
Margot and I always drool over the shoes featured in Neiman Marcus’ curated holiday collection. Designers create items to be offered exclusively in the catalog, so we know we can count on jaw-dropping creations with price tags to match.
It wasn’t a sophisticated Frenchman, an outrageous Englishwoman, or a sexy Italian shoe designer who brought sky-high, crazily decorated wooden platforms to America’s glam rock crowd in the 1970s. It was a
This post is re-blogged from New Things I’ve Tried by Jill Dawson. She mixed some Sassy Feet! techniques with cool, high-tech elements to create a very cutting-edge handbag with little lights that illuminate in different patterns.
Check out her original post here:
If you’ve been a faithful reader of our blog, you know that Margot and I really love showing off pictures of wearable art projects that are sent to us by our “fans.” The pictures come from all different types of
In addition to the article on painted zippers that I had in the most recent issue of Altered Couture magazine (see my previous blog post), two pairs of my sponge-painted shoes were featured.
One is a pair of pale pink and pale green sandals
I have an article in the current issue of Altered Couture magazine that’s a first, for me: It’s NOT about shoes or bags!
It’s about how to use our Lumiere (and Neopaque) paints on fabric, not just on leather or
One of the things we pride ourselves on is our quick response time on emails sent by people who want to know details on our products, or the best ways to achieve the design of their dreams. Usually we respond
So there I was, paging lazily through the Los Angeles Times’ Spring Fashion section when I came across an article called “HIPPIE HOORAY: Flair from ’70s fashion finds its way to stores.”
It celebrated all things denim (especially embroidered denim), accessories decorated with