THANKFUL FOR... CONSUMPTION?

As we are all getting ready for Thanksgiving, most stores are already displaying Christmas merchandise. Isn't it a little early? What's the rush? The messages are clear: shop, buy, consume. There are so many choices out there, so much product, so many stores and brands all sending their marketing message to us. Luring us in to buy their stuff. Telling us we want it. But do we need it? Will it really make our lives better or are loved one's happy? Conspicuous Consumption: is a term introduced by the Norwegian-American economist and sociologist Thorstein Veblen in his book "The Theory of the Leisure Class" published in 1899. The term refers to consumers who buy expensive items to displ

Meet Elly

Finding old jeans, taking them apart seam by seam, and turning them into something great and new is not such an easy task. Especially, when you are trying to produce more than just a few special order pieces. This has been my main project these last few weeks. It's been fun, but also challenging. Is this old jeans concept scalable? Can it be put into production? Can we produce a sizeable quantity of product within our price and timing restrictions? Would people simply just laugh at me and say they couldn't do it? There is a factory in the garment district of New York City that is willing to give this a try! Elly from Quick Fusing has been really amacable to work with and very open to t

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