Posts Tagged ‘ Wearable Art ’

A Dream Fulfilled in Paris

April 30, 2016
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A Dream Fulfilled in Paris

When I found these clothes, it was immediately apparent to me that they were clothes that were made to be worn, made to be walked in, and I could hardly wait to wear them for my grand adventure in Paris.

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Mother always recommended quality material, pretty colors, and simple designs

December 8, 2009
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A dear friend and I had a very lengthy conversation several months ago. We are convinced that we were born into the wrong century. Both of us love Victorian and Edwardian clothes and jewelry much more than we like the current trends. We were both raised in the South and still adhere...

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Versatility Reigns with Ivey Abitz Ties and Sashes

June 5, 2008
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Chasing toddlers on a daily basis and want to be comfortable? No problem. Just don a beautiful Baedeker Dress (sans sash) and you can roll around on the floor with the lil' hobgoblins all day long. (BONUS FEATURE: the decorative buttons on the dress keep the kids busy for an extra 20-30 minutes as...

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The Versatility of the Sophia Camisole

March 25, 2008
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...but my dilemma, and what got me thinking of how to wear the sophia different ways, was the fact that i happened to want to tuck the eleanor in and tie it in back but then i had the problem of what to do with the tie to the sophia camisole. i love the...

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The Perfection of Imperfection

March 15, 2008
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...and the fact that many of the pieces are washed and dyed by hand to give a more vintage quality. all of these very special touches are to me what makes ivey abitz designs art. it is the essence of all art. the human hand, the human touch.

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What is more important than how you present yourself to the world?

March 8, 2008
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Art to wear...Ivey Abitz designs, to me, characterize that term. art to wear it is. it allows one to appreciate art in a very basic way. it allows one to include art and to be creative in everyday life. what can be more basic than dressing for your day?

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