Thursday, September 30, 2010
The architectural sample library is in Phoenix so this was considered going into 'town' for me.
It started with my fresh love for this new yet vintage hat from Emme Boutique 1960-ish. I have David Sheflin, owner of Vintage Fashion Inc. to thank for telling me about it.
The dress is from Saks 5th Ave about 3 years ago. It is really kind of falling apart. This is what is great about living in Arizona. I am still dressing for summer being that it is still hot enough to fry an egg on my sidewalk. Oh and my newest SAM HARVEY bag. I only have 2 made. I hope it doesn't sell this Saturday at the Goodyear Market because I want it for my own!
Jeffrey and I were on this major all day trek in a canyon all day in our Land Rover about a 100 years ago and when we stopped for lunch there were some Native Americans selling jewelry. Jeffrey was like, "We are so remote, how can there be shopping HERE!" That's just the way I do it.
The army surplus socks cost less than the tax of those wood Robert Clergerie wedges.
All the makings of an interior finish schedule that I have to finish before Eva and I head out to Boston to see my Aunt Jan, who is the editor and writer of New England Crafts Connoisseur in the beginning of October! I can't wait! We are going to see 'top drawer' artists at Weston Craft Show in Vermont! I want to get inspired to design a new bag style for Sam Harvey. We plan to check out some Boston vintage shops too.
Posted by Sam Harvey at 10:08 PM