Asta Masiulyte

Creativity runs in textile and fashion designer Asta Masiulyte‘s blood. At an early age she watched her grandmother use the loom to make traditional Lithuanian quilts and observed her mother work at a knitting machine. Asta’s Touch is a series…

Lisa Kellner

It’s mind blowing to see what artist Lisa Kellner is able to do with silk organza, thread, and various pigments. Her immense sculptures take the shape of varicolored cell structures and organ-like forms . . . and look…

Alexander Terekhov Fall 2012

With Grace Kelly as his inspiration, Russian designer Alexander Terekhov translated the fashion icon’s aristocratic style and elegance into a collection fit for a modern day princess. The romantic, watercolor-hued dresses printed with rowan berries are…

Charlotte Linton

In addition to being a talented illustrator and freelance print consultant, Charlotte Linton is a textile designer known best for her printed wool and silk scarves. Last year she launched an exclusive line of clothing and accessories…

Abraxas Rex

These hand painted kimonos by Paris Kain, of Abraxas Rex, have such an exquisite sense of movement to them. Any of these one of a kind pieces would be the perfect dancing companion at Coachella this weekend, wouldn’t you…

Spanish Moss + Upstate Giveaway

Our Shibori tie dye tutorial was the first DIY we featured on HonestlyWTF, almost two years ago. So not only do we have a soft spot for this ancient Japanese dyeing method, we can truly appreciate a well…

Milk From A Thistle

I recently discovered Australian based Milk From A Thistle and their collection of silk blazers, tunics, blouses and skirts. The good news is most everything from their fall collection is on sale. But the bad news is several…