2.22.2013

ANTIPAST SPRING / SUMMER 13

 ANTIPAST SHIRT DRESS
(65% COTTON, 35% SILK / COLOR: BRONZE/BLACK)









 ANTIPAST KNIT SWEATER
(100% COTON / COLOR: IVORY)









 ANTIPAST KNIT SWEATER
(100% COTTON / COLOR: BLACK)








 ANTIPAST TOP
(PATTERN KNIT 70% COTTON- 30% NYLON / FABRIC 100% COTTON / COLOR: MIDNIGHT)










 ANTIPAST TOP
(PATTERN KNIT 70% COTTON- 30% NYLON / FABRIC 100% COTTON / COLOR: IVORY)








5 comments:

  1. The shoddy workmanship on these garments is appalling.

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  2. I was thinking the same thing.

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  4. I really love the idea behind these garments, but there are things I just don't get, e.g. Why would anyone in their right mind zoom in on and publish photographs showing such horrible workmanship as both the splits at the bottom of the back side of the antipast sweaters (the white one and the black one)? I mean, there cannot possibly be a person who has even the slightest pride in their craft, who does not see how bad that sewing is, right? Who would wear something looking that bad, let alone pay for a garment made in that manner? I know that I would feel embarressed, I would have ripped open the seam, done it over again and I would for sure not forget to press the seams when I was done either (that is pretty much sewing 101, seams must be pressed when they are sewn, to be set properly- even if you like the look of unpressed seams!)...

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  5. Wow. Everybody's a critic until it's their turn. Shame on all of you. I'm sure you weren't all magically expert seamstresses to begin with.

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