blue scarf in bag with hangtag
Five colors, five scarves, packed in their tule satchels, including hang tag and rolled up content and washing instructions….
I love them so much we can hardly part ways….
Click on image to enlarge, if you want to read that hangtag…
turquoise, see the little instructions scroll?
yellow, washed up, scrunched up, weathered and battered but very pretty
orange, plastic posing as coral, maybe my favorite color....
barbi pink, Plastic is Forever, a girl's best friend
If you want it, you can get it, this weekend at Base @ The Delano Hotel, Miami Beach, only five available…
part of the proceeds will go to Oceana, the foremost environmental group involved in cleaning up the Gulf oil spill.
When I won the Barneys Earth day Competition for most sustainable design they sent me six Loomstate TEES.
In Six colors. A real Tee-party!
I sent one back. After I messed with it. After I cut it up, washed it in the ocean. Sewed tones of blue beach plastic around the neck.
Then I sent it back to Julie Gilhart, the fashion director who organized the design competition, as a thank you….
a beach plastic tee in a bag
tied with recycled nylon boat rope
a washed up tee
Don’t forget Oceana takes donations for the oil spill in the Gulf…
We’re churning them out!
Lucia and her mother have now beaded six scarves for Plastic is Forever, soon I will have to deliver them to the Delano Base shop.
It will be hard, I’m so attached, picking each morsel of plastic, shaping and drilling it, the excitement of getting them back from Lucia, taking their pictures on the beach, they’re a part of me, and I don’t really want to send them into the world….
All scarves are $250.00 and available at BASE @ the Delano, Miami Beach.
Part of the proceeds of Plastic is Forever go to Oceana and you too can donate, click on logo for link…
Oceana is the largest international Ocean Protection & Restoration Environmental advocacy group dedicated to protecting and restoring the world’s oceans. They have a program in place that helps deal with the effects of the oil spill and they lobby against off – shore drilling…
This morning, after dropping the kids of at school, I packed my camera, two new samples and the letters for my new logo – Plastic is Forever – into my little blue back pack, jumped on my bike and rode to the beach. It was already hot, like 83, so first I swam, then I shot my pix, as people came by, a woman in a French striped tee walking her terrier, an old couple holding hands, a few buff guys, including one who came right up to me, and while running said, “good morning, looking beautiful,”
Oh, I love working on this new collection!
The first scarf beaded by Lucia and her mother Sandra. Looking great, I’m happy….
and a new, large and chunky, neckpiece…
and then the logo made from bits of plastic that resemble letters, for my new e-commerce site, plasticisforevershop.com , hopefully launched soon although its a bugger figuring it all out, like I did half the site and then I realized the template I was using did not allow for ordering different sizes… F@$&*K
Starting all over…now…