Short weeks make for long days… it’s like, in the end everything works out the same, you know?
Anyhoo, I’m off to work. I’d like to say I’m excited about the last debate tonight, but the last one was such a snooze-fest, and really, we all know exactly (to the word) how each of the candidates are going to respond to the questions anyway.
Before I go, I thought today would be a good day to tell you about Sarah Zins. She works out of her San Francisco studio, crafting modern, original, and wearable pieces from some of the the most beautiful fabrics on earth. Only high-quality reused and remnant silk, wool, cotton, and cashmere (with some new threads and trims thrown in) make it into Sarah’s clothes. There are no token “eco-pieces,” just a distaste for waste and a commitment to making what’s old new again. All pieces are sewn in San Francisco by Sarah and friends.
With a painstaking attention to detail, such garments finished with french seams (which take a little longer, but produce a more beautiful and enduring dress or blouse) and beautiful hand-sewn applique, you can be assured that each garment is a labor of love.