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New works on Wearable Art by Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave
04
Jan '10
Wearable Art designer Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave announces New Works at her Wearable Art collection.

Fusing her love of painting with her textile-construction skills, Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave produces bags, hats, coats and other garments that materialize as unique pieces of Wearable Art. With a strong commitment to the environment, this collection is comprised of eco-friendly materials. Reclaimed leather and suede, natural cotton and vintage textiles are the base for each piece. Abstract paintings are created on the base materials using acrylic paint & ink. The pieces are then finished with a permanent glaze before being constructed into bags, belts or apparel. The collection will be sold exclusively on her website and select boutiques.

This collection demonstrates both a creative approach to fashion design, and an environmentally positive ethic. Every piece incorporates painting in some way, from abstract works on leather, full paintings on canvas, or collage-piecing impressionist works in shades of reclaimed leather or vintage wool.

Each work is meticulously finished. Bags are fully lined with hand-dyed cottons or other natural textiles. Apparel is lined or French-seam finished. Hardware and decorations are selected for both design and function. Commission orders are welcome. Any piece can be customized in size, material, and color scheme.

About Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave Wearable Art is an independent business owned and operated exclusively by Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave. The company is a maker of one-of-a-kind hand-painted handbags, accessories and clothing using reclaimed leathers, natural cottons and vintage textiles.

Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave


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