something new

i did something new this weekend. something i was really excited about and kind of obsessing over for a while now. a few weeks ago jenny asked me if i might like to take pictures of some of the pieces of her new fall line. i said yes immediately. and then freaked out. what?? i have no idea what i am doing. but regardless yesterday we spent most of the afternoon together. i lugged around four cameras, a tripod (which i didnt use beth!) and a bag of props, and let me just tell you it was great. i had so much fun roaming around the city, looking at space in a new way. i thought i might share a sneak peek or two. i hope that's ok jenny! waiting for some film to develop, have a stack of polaroids needing to be scanned, how great is that? anyway, over dinner after the days work, we were discussing the value of handmade, and the willingness to pay a bit more for owning a unique, quality piece. i dont doubt that this is a sentiment that has been around for ages. i think we just forgot about it for a while. i mean, with jenny's line you will literally be ordering something that hasnt been made yet. she will sit down at her sewing machine, and make a garment, just for you and a few weeks later, you will own something that probably only five other people have. doesnt that sound wonderful? and believe me there is not a question of workmanship. i have seen her in action, i know how much attention to detail is involved. i know people in blog world, especially in the "crafty" arena, talk about how much their appreciation of things has changed. enjoying the beauty of everyday life, the value of a handmade garment, or the work involved in owning a small business. it is all true. and it is good.


Anonymous Alicia A. said...

oh, I can't wait to see more!

11:45 AM  
Anonymous erin said...

sounds fun - can't wait to see her creations and your photos!

12:54 PM  
Anonymous sally said...

Very cool H. I can't wait to see all the photos!!!

2:24 PM  
Blogger luv Abby said...

I agree!!! I am always trying to put my wardrobe together in a way that makes me look a little different from others.... but its so hard in this consumer made world though!!
great post.
luv Abby

2:55 PM  
Anonymous kelly said...

sounds like such fun! excited to see the rest...

4:03 PM  
Blogger grace said...

wonderful photos, wonderful pieces.
The rest are quality too I"m sure.

6:08 PM  
Blogger nikki said...

sarah sent me to your site...since we are living "parallel lives", and well, after looking around a bit, i realized that you are much more creative, talented, and savy than myself...i guess that whole parallel thing only goes so far:)

9:00 PM  
Blogger julieree said...

ack! so cool!! I have been anxiously awaiting Jenny's creations--now I will anxiously await the photos too. Sounds like you guys had such fun.

9:51 AM  
Blogger molly said...

so true, hannah.
can't wait to see more pix--and those polaroids!

1:15 PM  
Anonymous toby said...

Could fashion photographer be your next dream job? I think maybe so.

6:45 AM  
Anonymous Laney said...

great photo...you are good!

7:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful photo--I'd love to see more of this line! Well done..

11:41 AM  
Blogger stephanie said...

you are a gift to this community hannah. a gift.

can't wait to see more.

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Lala said...

I thought I was the only one who purchased sewing patterns for sport. The top is adorable. I'll be thinking of it when I spend tomorrow sewing.

7:35 PM  
Anonymous maditi said...

I know the photos of your shoot will turn out beautiful!!!

12:43 AM  

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