Posted: December 6th, 2010 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Brooklyn Mayhem, NEW!, Now That's Natty, So Fierce, So Vintage, Steppin' Out | Tags: 1095 Flushing Ave, Better Than Jam, Brooklyn, Bushwick | No Comments »
We’re now selling at Better Than Jam at 1095 Flushing Ave in Bushwick, Brooklyn! Stop by the store to check out our reworked vintage, spandex dresses, and tees and say hi to Karin, the shop owner!
I spy some NP from the co-op front window!
Karin loading up the rack with some NP fresh off the press! Looks like she’s moving very quickly…
Sweaters, blazers, skirts, dresses, sweatshirts oh my!
Here’s a link to the other designers sold at BTJ.
Posted: September 15th, 2010 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Brooklyn Mayhem, So Fierce, Steppin' Out | Tags: Brooklyn, Glasslands Gallery, Williamsburg Fashion Weekend | No Comments »
This Friday and Saturday from 8pm-4am, 14 local and national designers will be showcasing their pieces at Williamsburg Fashion Weekend. The focus is on young up and coming designers who make one-of-a-kind garments or small-run collections, with an emphasis on fair-trade, eco-friendliness, and artisan techniques celebrating the handmade and the visionary. Natty Paint can’t wait to go and make some new friends!
Glasslands Gallery. 289 Kent Ave. Williamsburg, Brooklyn on September 17th and 18th. Doors open at 8pm. Entry is $8.
Posted: September 15th, 2010 | Author: Natty Paint | Filed under: Brooklyn Mayhem, EPIC!, Manhattan Mayhem, No WAY!, Steppin' Out | Tags: Alter, Brooklyn, Fashion's Night Out, Greenpoint, Ilori, Kate Spade, Kayrock Screenprinting, Project Runway, Tim Gunn | No Comments »
Sorry to have disappeared under the radar for a bit, but we were occupied with packing, moving, unpacking, arranging, and rearranging! We are happy to report we are now based out of Brooklyn, NY! And what great timing to move to NY, in the middle of Fashion Week. We took to the street last Friday for Fashion’s Night Out, and as if the stars were aligned, we ran into Tim Gunn of Project Runway exiting Kate Spade. Check out the pic!
We were hoping to reach him in time to gift him a Natty Paint neck tie, but alas, he turned the corner too quickly. Next time! Tim, if you’re reading this Natty Paint has a tie just for you!
Our next adventure involved stopping into ILORI on Spring St to check out the silkscreening demo they had in the window. Turns out the team were fellow Brooklyners! Kayrock, of Kayrock Screenprinting, was silkscreening totes in the store window to give away with a sunglasses purchase. What a great idea to bring in people.
And then we headed back to Brooklyn for the tail end of a party hosted by Alter, a clothing boutique located in Greenpoint. They have a great logo, check it out:
Things are looking promising for NP in NYC!