What do you get when you get skilled workers, amazing fabrics and a great idea? Well you get GAIA.
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman has a line coming up from GAIA and she explains what they are all about on her website.
“I love the concept behind GAIA: Each of the items is made from vintage fabrics by ladies who are talented and in need of work. You can read each of their stories on the hang tags attached and, I promise, you will be moved. I am so proud to be a part of this amazing project and my friend, Paula Minnis, deserves a round of applause for her hard work and the gift she is giving these women.”
You can get these products at Kimberly’s book signing on September 1st from 4-6 at Madison in Highland Park Village.
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