I am participating in the Smithsonian craft 2 wear show in the fall, join me in D.C, new styles, and color being made especially for this event. more info below.
"Our Spotlight today is on F.I.T. design school artist Amy Sperber, whose award-winning “Vision of Ashlar" clothing line takes upcycling to new fashion heights. For more information on Sperber and other design school stars at the 2016 Smithsonian Craft2Wear Show, visitwww.smithsoniancraft2wear.org.
Sperber produces her locally handcrafted clothing line with recycled clothing and fabric, her passionate reaction to the massive industrial waste in traditional clothing production. A lecturer at F.I.T. and The New School/Parsons, Sperber designs and produces handcrafted small batch women’s clothes by repurposing used clothes purchased locally. To see how she turns men’s shirts into your new favorite fashion statement check out her website: www.visionofashlar.com #visionofashlar. And for tickets to the Oct 6-8 show in Washington DC, where you can see her in person,smithsonianassociates.org/craft2wear."