Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Cool collab.

This is very exciting news to me (and, I'm sure many, many others out there)... I've never did the waiting-on-line-to-grab-whatever-I-can-by-(insert designer's name here)-whether-I-really-want-it-or-not-because-it's-all-going-to-sell-out-in-under-one-hour thing, but that may have to change come March. Fingers crossed that the designs and quality will be worth the wait. And I really, really hope there's some great necklaces such as Consuelo Castiglioni is known for.

5 comments:

fleur_delicious said...

hey jennifer - after being attacked by a troll today, I'm curious: do you ever take flack for DIY?

Jennifer said...

Hey, Fleur! Sorry you had a troll attack today... Some folks are just cranky and bitter :(

I haven't yet gotten any flack for my DIYs, but that may just be because I don't get a load of visitors here... I have no problem recreating items being sold by chains and department stores, but I wouldn't do any of my own versions of other crafter/artists pieces... That's just because I wouldn't want anyone to copy my work, either.

My very first necklace for myself, the piece that started my love of making jewelry, was a copy of an Anthropologie necklace; I was floored by how much they wanted for it and figure I could make it myself for much less (and I did).

Besides, every second blog nowadays has some form of DIY posted, and everyone seems to love them. I know I've got about 100 DIY tutorials bookmarked on my computer!

Good luck, and don't let the trolls get you down :)

Zakka Life said...

Can't wait to see the new H & M line. I really liked the green cuffs the model was wearing in the video. Fingers crossed that's part of the collection.

fleur_delicious said...

thanks for your thoughts! (and ps, yes, LOVING this marni collab. Normally I don't do fast fashion but I feel myself being won...over..cannot...resist!)

yes, you're right. Some people are just nasty. Since I am only ever making things for my own use/not for sale, I'm always surprised when this question comes up - to me, it's not a matter of impinging on anyone's livelihood if you aren't in the target market to begin with. I keep turning it over... =)

and now I'm off to make another silimba loop in pink AND purple for a 35-year old woman that I affectionately call, "the baby."

lauren carney said...

hey young trendy,
your blogg-a-roo is all kinds of fantastic.
diggin the assortment of awesome pictures too.
Looking forward to what more you have in store!
ex oh ex oh