one of my favorite projects in kid’s sewingblogland over the last year has been STYLO Magazine, the brainchild of Celina of Petit à Petit and Family and Jess of The Sewing Rabbit.  it’s an online magazine featuring fashion-forward kids clothes – and all of the outfits are handmade!

when first issue came out in January, it blew me away with how editorial and different it was from the usual fare – the looks pushed the envelope and i saw something really fresh and new going on.  it inspired me, as did issue two, which came out in May.  C was too little for me to participate back then, but i put a bug in Celina’s ear that i reeeeeally hoped i could join in for a future STYLO, and i was so excited to contribute to issue 3, which is now live!

villain look for stylo 3 // skirt as top

i made up a storyline of a “girl detective” hot on the trail of her “archvillain nemesis” and sewed two outfits for E so she could play each role.  i sewed 7 pieces of clothing, knitted a scarf, and made accessories too, and i’m thrilled to have brought my vision to life.  it was a lot of work, but so creatively satisfying.  E and i had a super fun photoshoot where she really got into character – she’s cunning, she’s stylish, and she’s trying to take over the world!

the photo above is a preview of my villain look…you’ll need to head on over to STYLO to see my detective look and to check out the fantastic projects by my co-contributors.  there’s some serious talent in there.  gorgeous photography, great ideas, it’s so exciting to see everyone rise to the challenge.

> > >      FEAST YOUR EYES UPON STYLO 3      < < <

i’ll be back during the week with more photos and details on each look!


18 thoughts on “STYLO 3

  1. Ute says:

    Absolutely loved your story and the pieces you created! It comes alive with your daughter and how she changed the roles and acted! Congratulations for being in this inspiring magazine!

  2. kristi says:

    So happy to be able to gush about this now! Its been killing me since your first instagram teaser! Love the little story your outfits are telling. Such a classic heroine, and the best dressed villain I’ve ever seen.

  3. hungie gungie says:

    Magical stuff Is right- I loved looking through all of the looks. Love seeing Em in there! So many times I’m just amazed by other bloggers and the gorgeous garments they make. So high-end, so professional. So inspiring!

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