We had a booth at Seattle’s Urban Craft Uprising this weekend, which was fun, as usual. We got to catch up with repeat customers like Kristin, shown here wearing the Surfer Rosa flats she picked up at last year’s show:
I’m wearing my trusty, ever-comfortable Force Majeure mid-heels.
Kristin left our booth this year with these gorgeous, one-of-a-kind vintage kitten heels:
Hourglass artist Jeanie stopped by to help out, and model the wedges she painted for herself (email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like a pair of your own!):
Jeanie is holding her We’re Not in Kansas Anymore platforms.
This adorable puppy also made an appearance, and briefly diverted everyone’s attention from our shoes:
…who couldn’t forgive this face?
Anyway! It was a busy weekend, and this week promises to keep pace. We’re taking part in the sold out walking fashion tour of Seattle, hosted by MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry). We’ve also got a couple of exciting media interviews, and we’re partnering with a clothing designer on a custom collection for San Diego Fashion week.
(Actually, there’s quite a bit more going on, but we’ll talk about that in time…)
I’ll leave you with a group shot from our one year anniversary party on Thursday. Thanks again to everyone who came out and celebrated with us!