Hi everyone,
Our Airstream "home away from home", is featured in this months Selvedge Magazine. The Magnolia Pearl fashion shoot will also be featured in Selvedge in a couple of months. They wrote such a wonderful story that we wanted to share it with you. We are also excited about our Fall line of clothing that we hope to have a sneak peak on the blog soon. In fact, I have been willing cool weather so I can wear one of the jackets! It's almost Marburger time again and we are racing against the clock to create enough "Beautiful Wear" for the show - It has been such an incredibly blessed and busy season for us that we are challenged to keep up. Thank you to all the store owners for you patience. We promise to make as many pretty things as we can and still sneak off to the river for just a minute to let the minnows nibble on our toes!
"Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible Sun within us"
-- Thomas Browne
"Sometimes I think the Sun in us is visible!"
-- Pearl


Tammy said...

Oh my goodness, how exciting! The article is delightful....I will pick up my copy of Selvedge soon!

Continued blessings to you and John!

oldflowers4me said...

oh how divine..

Counting Your Blessings said...

Hi Robin. It's SUCH a beautiful article! And it's incredibly sweet how John refers to you as THE BEATING HEART.

I can speak from experience... Walking out of the changing room, I remember John telling me to look in the mirror when I felt unsure. The two of you have a wonderful way of making each of us in your tent feel beautiful. And I'm so thankful that you and he encouraged that in me. I wear my pieces in everyday life now. Maybe I'm more comfortable in my own skin since turning 41 but I think it's more because of what you inspire in me.

We're looking forward to seeing everyone again in a few weeks! Blessings... Polly

Cathy said...

I really enjoyed the article and after reading it, I can see why you have become such a successful, creative woman in the world of vintage, beautiful clothing!! You have such a true gift!!! Blessings, Cathy aka Girls gone Junkin

Bohemian said...

What a lovely article and fab photos of your Home away from Home! I'll be looking for my copy at the local bookstores. I'm so happy that your company is prospering... I know I truly enjoy my MP lovelies and use them daily.

Dawn... The Bohemian

GardenDesigner said...

I will look for this Mag just to see the pics!!

I made a comment on Facebook that I think you should be in your videos More, but as I look back (Closer) I see you have a great deal of artistic presence in them...So Cool!
( My Bad)
I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to get down to your show, and I promise my self today I will find a way to make it happen ... some time !! its a bit of a trip from Wisconsin! Hope you have an awesome summer!
Your blog and website are a cool breeze, and the links are amazing!!
Sorry to Gush so much!

Anonymous said...

I want to travel with the caravan of love. How do I sign up??? No, Really, you two create beauty every where you go and in everything you touch.
I am happy you share it with us / me through publications and your awesome blog. Thank you!
Beautiful caravan by the way!!!

Bohemian said...

Alas... I went to bookstores all over the Metro Phoenix area and surrounding cities and could not find the July/August issue of Selvedge! *le sigh* Do you have copies that you would sell to those of us who cannot find it? I've left my name with the bookstores I visited but since none of them has gotten the July/August issue sent to them they aren't expecting it this late... a few still had the May/June issue but I knew that wasn't the one...

Dawn... The Bohemian

Carousel Dreams said...

What a wonderful article...you inspire me always with your beautiful creations x

Anonymous said...

you are awesome!!!!!!!!

laura said...

The article is divine!!! I have a fuuny well not so funy story about four years ago I brought peacock feathers into my home.. the next morning a friend stopped by and said "you have peacock feathers in your house take them out" " they are bad luck"I have never heard of that before well I left the house that morning to go into town & when I arrived I got a called from my neighbor telling me my house was on fire.
My biggest concern was my dog Ellie she made it out alive but half my house burned down. The fire started from the sun magnifying through a glass prism I had on my window ledge.. crazy anyway I had to share my peacock feather story after reading your article....I love peacock feathers & will never place them in my home. Maybe one day.. xoxo Laura

Lisa Oceandreamer Swifka said...

thank you for sharing the article. I soaked it up like a dry sponge and now feel completely quenched. Your lifestyle, your home, your car, your airstream, your fashions, your spirit.....all radiate like a bright light. I want to be you when I grow up although I do think we are the same age. :)

fairygarden said...

Wow, sooo beautiful, all of it. On the road you can spread all the joy~very cool.
You help us all to push our passion, to appreciate our gifts, and to love big!
I'm always reminded of fairy's when I look at your line~love it.
The garden on the hill wilts in the heat. Rain softly smiles at the fairys while they splash in the small warm bird bath. And when all goes quite, and the day begs for rest, they float down to the garden phlox. Laughing as the peddels catch thier fall.
Good night, sleep beautifuly in your lovely bus of more....