December 30, 2007

Welcoming the New Year

It is time to cleanse our design palettes and bring in fresh ideas, and refine our tried and true ones. I have been inspired by a young woman I met on the street in New York one evening in the fall. I had been curious about blogging...........she appeared out of nowhere asking for subway directions, and my friend and I chatted with her for almost an hour. She described herself as a "global nomad", a model and a blogger..........equally interested in fashion and technology. Wow that is me, so I have been following her blog, 360fashion, as she reports from around the world. Another very exciting fashion/blog development comes from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It's a beautiful page, check it out.
My new year's resolution-to be more informative on my blog with things that I see and hear-it will make me take notice of what's going on as well.

December 22, 2007

Treat Yourself!


Santa Baby, leave a shearling under the tree, for me...............................
If that doesn't happen, you are not out of luck! We are having an open studio during january and february for visits. Come see us and select your colors, get fitted and see how we go about creating a perfect piece for you. Location, Long Island, New York.

December 18, 2007

Show Season is over!

It is now time to be quiet in the studio and get all the orders done so our customers can be warm and cozy in shearlings this winter that is already proving to be a very cold one. 


December 6, 2007

The Washington Craft Show




The Washington Craft Show turned out really well for us. The weather turned cold on the weekend,
and some of our loyal customers came wearing Toshiki and Maryszka coats they had purchased in the
past.
Here is Beverly in one of her Toshiki and Maryszka collection, a long shearling. And Judy who came down from New York to see the show, wearing a red quilted lambskin coat we
made for her quite a few years ago.


Handbag designer Wendy Stevens with Maryszka in our booth trying on one of our jackets.
We also had some fun in the city playing and eating good food, one of our favorites is Sushi Taro, which has some of the best traditional Japanese food.