Tuesday, November 23, 2010

jump jump

Dear friends out there, 
I made this jumper to layer over sweaters, collared shirts, t-shirts, you name it.  It's a versatile jumper with a bit more room in the fit and a bit of adjustability to qualify as play-clothes.  Mind you, the denim's super crisp, so however playful this jumper can be, it's sharp.  You can pick up this piece at the Yes Please More store at the Denver Pavilions, 16th St. and Glenarm Pl.  I can hardly let go of it - I love it for myself! 

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Urban CO jacket

Selling like hot cakes at the Yes Please More Pop Up Store, 16th Mall Denver Pavilions!       Check. It. Out.

Wool/Synthetic blend woven outer with a bright yellow lining.

news worthy

Congratulations to Yes Please More, to all the designers and artists, and especially to Samuel Schimek and Brian Corrigan (Yes Please More's founders and daily hard-workers)!  Denver, this store is your chance to see and support your own contemporary designers and artists.  Not only do WE think so, the city does too - Yes Please More won one of ten Mayor John Hickenlooper's 2010 Design Awards!  

I hope you will visit the store in it's current location on the 16th St. Mall in the Denver Pavilion's shopping mall.  The store is located on the 2nd floor of the North end.  Because this store is a Pop-Up store, it's location will change every 3-5 months.  This location will be in place through January.  Keep in touch with Yes Please More via their website: http://yespleasemore.com and blog

"YesPleaseMore means we want to see more creativity, more energy and really enliven the creative economy here in Colorado," co-founder Samuel Schimek said.  Who doesn't want to be a part of this?  

Furthermore, there's a grant program for creative entrepreneurs: www.yespleasemore.strutta.com
I won one...  it's a great way to get some good exposure and of course, if your proposal is picked, a good jump start for one's design work!