Posted: July 29th, 2010 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Baltimore Mayhem, Blog Praise, EPIC!, Natty Fame, No WAY!, Steppin' Out | Tags: 40 Trees in 40 Neighborhoods, article, City Paper, front page, GHCC, Greater Homewood Community Corporation, press | No Comments »
Natty Paint is making strides in Baltimore! We’re on the front page of this week’s City Paper, which is available for free all over Baltimore! This is a huge honor for us and great exposure. Thanks everyone for the support!
Click HERE to read the article online.
Greater Homewood Community Corporation, a local non-profit organization for which we designed and printed shirts for this past fall for their 40 Trees in 40 Neighborhoods initiative, congratulated us for the feature in City Paper on their blog.
In celebration of the feature story, they are offering the Natty Paint 40 Trees tees at a special discounted rate of ONLY $15 for one week only! Each one was hand-printed by Natty Paint on organic cotton with eco-friendly inks and can be purchased at their online store. All proceeds go towards GHCC’s efforts to plant 1,600 trees by Spring 2011.
Posted: February 23rd, 2010 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Blog Praise, Now That's Natty | Tags: Ms. Charm's Chic, Paulette Wilson, Phenomenon | No Comments »
Finally we can bask in the glory of another blog about Natty Paint. Towson University’s own Paulette W, or should we say, Ms. Charm’s Chic (her blog-psuedonym) dedicated her latest blog entry to Natty Paint; outlining both our humble beginnings and grandiose future plans. The blog’s main focus is to define Baltimore’s fashions scene- and lucky us- she certainly considers Natty Paint an important and evolving element of Baltimore style.
She even claims we are ready to “make the switch from a local phenomenon to a national phenomenon.” We are optimistic about this! Thanks so much for the shout-out Paulette!
And don’t forget to check out her blog and stay tuned for more exciting (or Natty) updates!
Our Medusa vintage party dress Paulette blogged about
Posted: February 11th, 2010 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Blog Praise, No WAY!, Super Rad!, We Got Swagger | Tags: Bmore Fashion, Ms. Charm's Chic, Paulette Wilson, Style Squadron | 1 Comment »
What comes to mind when one thinks of Baltimore’s fashion scene? Who triumphs as commander of the B’more style squadron? Natty Paint emerged victorious without even having to don a pair of boxing gloves in the face-off (after all, we are eco-friendly lovers..not fighters..)
What are we talking about exactly? Just some blog-action on the part of Paulette Wilson, a senior Journalism major at Towson University, who was commissioned by a class at Towson to create a specific blog outlining and defining the Baltimore fashion scene: The companies, designers, and stores that comprise of the pulse of Baltimore’s very living and breathing iconoclastic fashion entity. Paulette selected Natty Paint as a very important Baltimore fashion force to be reckoned with! (Alongside the creator of Baltimore Fashion Week April Camlin)
Thus she will interview Natty Paint’s very own Emily Li Mandri in her attempt to define “Baltimore’s fashion scene through asking real experts around town”–and later write up her lovely blog- Ms. Charm’s Chic.
What exciting coverage! Don’t forget to check out both the blog itself and the interview with Natty Paint!
Posted: October 16th, 2009 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Baltimore Mayhem, Blog Praise, So Vintage | Tags: Diece Boutique, Fed Hill, Gutter Magazine, Vintage | No Comments »
If you haven’t yet perused the trendy, low-key, eco-friendly Diece Boutique in Fed Hill, then a field-trip surely awaits. Not only does Diece support local-artists and promote sustainable clothing, it sells Natty Paint’s “crazed and dazed” images.
A winning combination? We think so. As if you needed any reassurance, click here to read Gutter Magazine’s blog on Natty Paint for Diece. And to view the lovely vintage line just look below…