SWANclothing sighting in The New York Times.

The story with Susanna Lau aka Susie Bubble never ends, which is really nice, never ending bubbles. Susie was one of the first to buy my Louche totes and her support has continued from there. The Louche situation was back in the day, say around 4 years ago, when waking up to something like that really took my breath away. Not that it doesn’t now. But I think we weren’t used to the lightning speed change the internet can bring to your life “back then”. I’ll never ever tire of seeing people donning my makings, it really is the “wind beneath my wings”, ahem, and all that, it really is. You can see more of Susie on my Worn By page. Her Paris birthday photo in front of my favourite Jeff Koons statue wearing her Ruffle Bustle Bumbag still blows my mind. This girl has scary amounts of reach and her latest media attention {I might not even be up to the minute here} is the December 8th New York Times piece written by Ruth la Ferla for the Fashion & Style section; “An Eye for Detail, and Plenty of Pop“. I was so happy to see her gams graced with her ballerina pink SWANclothing thigh high garters. Not sure how many thank yous I should keep sending your way Miss Bubble but thank you again.

Press category continued on PRESS and WORN BY.

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8 Responses to SWANclothing sighting in The New York Times.

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  2. knitgirl says:

    Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice!

    congrats lady.

  3. Tara says:

    gosh darnit, thank you :)

  4. Mandy says:

    Wicked, Tara!! What a fabulous shot. :D

  5. Tara says:

    Thanks Miss Mandy :)

  6. Eliz says:

    Woah! Sounds like a fantastic feature, so lovely to hear about the exciting news :)

  7. Tara says:

    hey thanks you two.
    kara, smiles! does that even make sense. i think i mean i am sentimental about our “long term” internet friendship :)

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