Salad Bowl Dress

Hand Tailored Deconstructed Clothing.

About Page Ended Up Here

Mary Colmar

It all started when...

I HAD MORE CLOTHES THAN I KNEW WHAT TO DO WITH AND NOTHING TO WEAR.

Working my whole adult life in the fashion industry as a Designer/Patternmaker/Technical Designer for iconic fashion brands is where I learned the skills.

The creativity afforded by the deconstruction movement lead me to become an Artwear Artist. My work made its way into art exhibits while I sold my wares at Artisinal Craft Shows, and Museum Gift Shops. I became an expert on recycled fashion and was asked to judge contests and the like. 

Always being enterprising, the scraps from cutting things up are used for collaged pillows, table runners , and slip covers. Hence, the Home Goods were born. The Bowl (the vessel, the home interiors) in Salad Bowl Dress. 

We are sustainable by keeping unwanted clothes out of the landfill. I see making and refurbishing our wardrobe as a better way to express ourselves, more original, and gives the ability to explore your true style.

-Mary Colmar

Participation In Artisanal Craft Fairs:                            

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The Gypsy Sisters

The Melrose Trading Post

The Great Park Farmers Market

Claremont Farmers And Artisanal Markets

La Verne Fresh Farmers Markets

   The Muckenthaler Craft Fairs

Scripps College Holiday Boutiques

Coastline Community College Artisanal Craft Fairs

Long Beach Green Long Beach Fashion Show And Fair

The Mercado-Csuf

Mission Viejo Imagination Days

San Juan Capistrano Art Fair Saturdays

The Fullerton College Craft Fair

The Ocean Charter School Craft Fairs

The Brea Nutcracker Suite Craft Fairs

Etsy LA Emporium

Stores:

The Museum Of Art And History Gift Store   Lancaster, CA

Mageco   Fullerton, CA

The DA Museum Gift Store   Pamona, CA

CAFAM Museum Store   LA, CA

Olive‚Äôs Very Vintage   Brooklyn, NY