If you’re lucky enough to own a piece of Micaela Greg knitwear, then I don’t need to talk to you about their superior quality and cut. You’re likely reading this with one of their pieces on, or very close by. If Micaela Greg is all new to you, rest assured they’re investments you’ll own for decades. Spec the fancy new site they’ve just launched. My eyes are sparkling for every single thing.
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We’re deep into designing Spring 2013 and shipping/producing our Fall/Winter line. It’s a very busy time for our small team. I’ve begun to realize this is how we function best, running around like crazy people. Foot long to do list in tow. The reality is we have to be slightly coo coo to be American made, mostly organic and on our own terms right?
For Spring 2013 we’re developing several new styles, but it’s key to anchor the line with some things you’re known for. Our laser cut Kimmie tee was a house favorite, and we figured we’d adapt it to an easy breezy type of jersey dress. Below are awesome intern Patrica sketched out the idea. Would this number jazz up your wardrobe?
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Our gal, Loni Anderson, celebrated her 67th birthday yesterday. To celebrate the lady from WKRP in Cincinnati, take 25% off our Loni tee with code “WKRP”.
Some factories pad the bottom line by fixing errors stateside that were made overseas. I saw this first hand the other day as I was doing my factory check ups. Below are thousand of baby jeans that arrived wet from China with construction errors. As if being damp weren’t enough, they had to be jacked up too. Hurts my head to just think about it.