Odysseybramble

Each year for the past three years, I have found myself compelled to partake in the second job joy of costuming my amazing boy Zoran’s school play. This year, in which my little man is playing the lead role of Odysseus in The Odyssey, was no different. Next year he’ll be off in middle school and it will all shift – this is my last chance to design costumes for these sweet little kiddos, all full of wonder and innocent wildness. I... Read More

Dia de los Butterflies

“Here are letters, all yours (already on the folds their traces of jerky pencil are fading). By day, folded up, they sleep, amid dry flowers, in my fragrant drawer, but at night they fly out, semitransparent and weak, they glide and flutter over me, like butterflies: one I may catch in my fingers, and at the night blue I look through it, and in it the stars shine through.” -Vladimir Nabokov, 1923 Translated from the Russian by Brian Boyd... Read More

Grasping at Gold

Brilliantly experimental designers threeASFOUR drew upon the esoteric world of alchemy as a point of inspiration for their Fall/Winter 2010 collection. The collection featured garments that twined around the body and evoked the seven metals involved in the alchemical process. Their runway performance in New York presented looks that represented lead, tin, iron, copper, mercury, silver and gold to reach a final crescendo of a dress that combined all... Read More