Tall riding boots match the adorable horse pattern on the final look:
Bennykelly brought a more natural and ethereal look to the show with hand-dyed and silkscreened organic fabrics:
Claire Hummel moved to San Francisco after receiving her degree in Metalsmithing and Jewelry design from the University of Kansas in 2005. In addition to her passion for jewelry she has since become involved in Vintage light restoration. She currently works as a mold maker and sculptor for a artist in the bay area. Her work is created by combining both modern and antiquated elements of design. She is captivated by anything timeworn.
See more amazing looks by Claire this Saturday at The Pretty Penny!
No joke, I have a hoe-down to go to this weekend that requires this shirt. And I may have to wear it to less country occasions as well.
2569 Telegraph Ave
The show will feature her spooky, yet wonderful photographs and a video installation. Head over to Issues and check it out!
Opening reception: Friday, October 10, 5pm -9pm
Show runs through Friday, November 7
20 Glen Ave @ Piedmont Ave
Inspired by mustard flowers, Kelly has gone completely eco friendly this fall, using only 100% organic fabrics and recycled materials.
Come to The Pretty Penny on October 25th to see how Kelly's inspiration will transform on the runway.