I've been having some serious fun making toddler dresses lately, for some ultra fashionable little girls.  
(Don't be silly, not my girls-daughters of friends.)

That dress in front turned out to be a hot mess. 

I find so much sewing inspiration in the pages of Vogue magazine. 
My special splurge (I'm easy to please) is to buy the Fall issue every September, which is practically the size of a NYC phone book.
(Okay..maybe not that big.)

I love this advert:
(It's taped on my wall in the sewing studio.)

If I'm going to spend my money on a glossy, it's going to be Vogue.

Vogue magazine has been published since 1892.

All the greatest fashion photographers in the world  have been providing their talents for Vogue for years and years. Mario Testino, Annie Leibovitz, Richard Avadon, Helmut Newton, Steven Meisel,  Irving Penn, etc...

Such talent.

Did you know:

You can now browse every issue of Vogue ever released, since the beginning. All online.

Ever have those nights where you don't feel like doing anything, not even sew (gasp)?

That's a good time to browse the internet for inspiration! :D

Try the Vogue-a-pedia too. 


Regularly scheduled posts coming back soon. This whole school schedule thing is throwing me a bit. 

1 comment:

  1. I love those dresses, they are so adorable and beautifully made.



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