Sardine Clothing Company began in 2002 as one woman’s endeavor in creating children’s garments from re-purposed fabrics. This practice has developed into a line of sustainable, “eco-chic,” apparel and accessories for men, women, and children rounded by the responsibly concepts of Eco-friendly design. Each piece is not only 100% handmade but 100% unique and assembled locally in Philadelphia, PA. Handmade can be defined as, “something made by an individual as a unique item rather than one made by mass production.” We hope that you appreciate the craftsmanship involved in each piece and support all things handmade.
I love making hats!!! I love color,fibers and the whole creative process involved! I love every aspect of it! I love talking to people about what they want for a hat and then creating their vision. I work with a variety of fibers including some of my own hand-spun and hand dyed fibers/yarn.I crochet all my hats and no two are exactly the same! I make hats for men,woman and children. I am from Philly and love that I help keep my community warm!
Aaron Weber is an artist and crafter currently based out of West Philadelphia. A little bit photographer, a little bit printer, a little bit crafty gentleman, Aaron has a habit of not sticking to 1 type of product. Be prepared to see pictures from various travels and local areas, ornaments made from wooden puzzles and toy blocks, buttons and magnets and other goodies made from a bunch of Highlights magazines he found in his Mom’s basement, etc. Everything is priced to sell, and make great stocking stuffers! For more info, check out http://www.aarontakespictures.com
i studied fashion design at the former philadelphia college of textiles and science, now philadelphia university, where i currently teach. i also studied at the london college of fashion. while in london, i sold my clothes at camden market. i then decided i hated it and moved to amsterdam. i sold at a few boutiques there and loved it but i was homesick and moved back to philadelphia.
i put together small fashion collections in philadelphia and sold at a few boutiques there. i moved back to the woods of northeastern pennsylvania and opened a vintage shop for a few years. i discovered yoga. i auditioned for a reality show called project runway. i won the first season.
i met molly ringwald.
i currently live and work in philadelphia.
Rogue Theory is a creative team of two, Kim & Christina. We are a handmade business currently located in the heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With backgrounds in Architecture and a huge passion for design, we spend most of our time either working on current projects or talking about future projects. We love the idea of combining Beauty AND Function.