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Wikstenmade: Jenny Gordy’s handmade apparel

Wikstenmade

Just a quick thank you to all who emailed me to tell me that Daily Candy mentioned my wall graphics for Loxii. Yay!

Ok, now back to the post….Today I want to show you Wikstenmade by Jenny Gordy who also maintains a fabulous blog by the same name. Jenny just moved to NY and I had the privilege of grabbing a delicious dinner with her and Kate Miss & Jessica Goldfond the other right. We went to a lovely Brooklyn Restaurant called Flatbush Farm. I was hoping we’d be able to sit out in the garden but alas it rained….again.

Jenny creates beautiful clothing working primarily in natural linen and cotton, delicate gingham, stripes, plaids and droll floral prints that she then crafts into clean and classic silhouettes. Her grandmother taught her to sew and to wash her fabrics 3 times before even beginning. I love her work and really can’t wait to own some Wikstenmade clothing after the baby comes. If you were to only wear Wikstenmade you’d always look pulled together, yet casual, conscious of beautiful detail and craftsmanship and lovely without fuss. I love how feminine the clothing is without being overt.

I’m so happy to have met Jenny and know I’ll be seeing her again soon. Check out her blog and look for updates as her hand-made designs sell out fast, about as quickly as she announces them.

I hope you have an absolutely splendid weekend everyone. For July 4th, I’m going for a late afternoon picnic and then staying in the park until the fireflies come out and flicker all around us. We love fireworks but don’t feel like enduring the crowds this year.

2 Responses to Wikstenmade: Jenny Gordy’s handmade apparel

  1. Susanne Baek February 22, 2010 at 3:45 pm #

    Hi!
    And where can you by the lovely clothes?:-)
    Have looked at the homepage and there you can not chose any clothes but tree things…
    I live in Denmark – anyone who knows where to buy it?

    Susanne

  2. Samantha Hahn February 23, 2010 at 6:40 pm #

    she does very limited edition stuff….all made by hand. You have to watch her blog and shop for updates and restocking……good luck.

    Jenny’s a great girl.

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