In a small town in northern Colorado, nine-year-old Sherry (Blankenship) Stein picked up a classic American Toni doll and began a career in design. With the help of her older sister Char, Sherry took a miniature Singer sewing machine and outfitted her dolls in elaborate ‘Shehaerazade’ and ‘Gone with the Wind’ clothing collections. A passion for creating stylist, innovative, ahead-of-the-curve designs was born. Now in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sherry grabbed some canvas, suede and leather and began to zero-in on her own take on industrial chic.
Enter “Project Apron”. Be ready for any emergency, hands free, with this fun, utilitarian apron. Wear over tights, jeans or a skirt and get busy!
In Los Angeles our friend Jodi is rock’n the “Project Apron” with style and flair as she does so well! $175.00
Or the “Marfa Skirt”, made of 12oz water-repellant ‘boat-top’ canvas or black waxed canvas, industrial weight suede or top-grain leather, sturdy YKK large zipper, and nickel silver cinch-belt rings and D-ring. $185.00