2012 Beats for Boobs fundraiser for those affected by breast cancer. It was a hoot and a half, but mostly it was a good thing. Patrick Orleman again wielded his long lens to get us most of these fabulous photos. Thanks, PO
In 2012, I was awarded the Best Emerging Designer recognition in the Seamless in Seattle fashion competition put on by Seattle Magazine. These are pictures from the fashion show that was sponsored by Seattle Magazine for the design winners. It was a dream come true!
The Surplus Army Blanket Coat is finally out of my head and onto the dress form! One blanket, straight cuts, no waste! Now onto the vintage down sleeping bag cape!
3C: christineCHANEYclothing HIGHDESIGN*lowwaste: by applying an architectural and artistic design sense to rectalinear materials (vintage scarves, table lines, surplus wool army blankets, yarn) one-of-a-kind pieces are hand-crafted through folding, draping, knotting and crocheting all in Seattle, WA, USA with little to no waste.
3C: christineCHANEYclothing One women's attempt to make modern the mundane. These pieces are made from materials pulled from the pile of post-consumer clothing which is found at our local thrift stores. In this series the ubiquitous Men's XXL cotton T-shirt was the beginning.
3C: christineCHANEYclothing Designed and made to be worn in a multitude of ways. Upside down and reversed, as a scarf, a shrug, even a hip wrap!