It’s been an exciting week.
As you read this, we’re likely packing up the last of our studio in preparation for the big move on Monday!
Even more exciting, we have a new team member this week! Meg has joined us as our new inventory and office manager, so the next time you buy a book or pattern from our shop, you’ll likely have her to thank for getting it to you.
Since things are a bit hectic, I’ll save more on these big changes for another time and dive right into what I’ve been reading.
- Sad to hear that Worn Journal is closing shop. You can still get back issues on their site.
“‘Wonder Woman’ was conceived by Dr. Marston to set up a standard among children and young people of strong, free, courageous womanhood; to combat the idea that women are inferior to men, and to inspire girls to self-confidence and achievement in athletics, occupations and professions monopolized by men.”
Alber Elbaz: “With the mirror, I look with my eyes and I look with the mirror, and the mirror most of the times tell me different things than my eyes. So, who do I listen to? Who do I trust?”
Films that depict women as fully human make more money, according to FiveThirtyEight.
Closed-loop textile recycling may be coming.
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image above via colettepatterns on instagram