Saturday, March 16, 2013

Road trip!


I had the pleasure of taking a mini road trip last week with my friend Jen Kahn last week. I've never visited many of the stores I sell to around the country and it's always
such a fun experience when I get to check one out after having sold there for a while.  Revolution in White River Junction, VT is one of the first shops that carried my line when I moved to Vermont and I finally found time to go visit. Nearby is Jen's old stomping grounds from when she was an apprentice with Celie Fago. So we decided to make a day of it. Jen was kind enough to show me around all of the funky parts of the Upper Valley. I'll be splitting it into two separate trips because the visit to Celie's studio deserves a spotlight post of its own.

Kim Souza and Jen Kahn with my pile of clothes! 

Revolution is a great shopping experience with a lovely combination of vintage clothing and handmade. They have a lovely selection of jewelry as well! I was delighted to bump into Philly artist Heidi Roland's line. I had to buy a pair of those beaded chevron earrings. (pictured above)
So much fun handmade clothing by local artists! I spotted Sarah's skirts from Mountain Ash Design (her skirts pictured all the way to the left), Thimble and Acorn, Salaam and many more!
Cute and colorful upcycled sweater skirts by Where Designs

It was so much fun to see all of the talented artists that are spreading their wares all over! 

We also happened to check out a thrift shop where I scored this amazing Kevin Bacon t-shirt for $1. Sweet! 


Later on today or sometime this weekend I'll continue with another post about the inspiring trip to Celie's studio! 









4 comments:

Found Beauty Studio said...

So fantastic! I have spent zero time exploring WRJ and the upper valley and this is the motivation I needed to take a drive :)

nicole carey said...

Hey Laura, next time I go you're welcome to come along!

Jenkahnjewelry said...

Love it!

May said...

Great blog! And thank you for posting a picture of Heidi Roland earings at Revolution. She went to high school with me and I had no idea she was selling stuff around here!
PS Give Jen Jen a hug for me- I have a feeling you might see her before me.