My career began as a fashion model and then a NY fashion design student. Fashion illustration took me to Paris, but before long, this morphed into a job as a fashion journalist. Later I worked as a fashion educator for one of the top American design school's overseas operations. But right now, I'm having a ball with my my fashion doll blog which--from looking at trends to creating patterns--is like a doll-sized Fashion Design 101 for the frugal hobbyist.
Thanks, for liking my Midge...wow, Paris, France and NY fashion week...amazing. I loved the doll on your page that looked like she had a Birken and a Hermes box. I bookmarked it, as I have just started making clothes, but for my 1960's dolls.
Sorry I've taken awhile to respond. I've been in transit (with my dolls, of course). You are do sweet to welcome me here. Thank you so much. I'm sure I'll have a great time. Already I've been enjoying many beautiful pictures of dolls. Also, I'm encouraging a friend who collects Mme. Alexander dolls to join.
"I work with several techniques. The star is stenciled, but sometimes I've also worked with stamps on fabric. I guess the opacity of fabric paint is better then stamping ink. So just give it a try! I've made many many trials until I had…"