The first time I saw him I thought, “Oh, my. It’s too good to be true.” But then he turned up again and again, each time better than the last. I didn’t know if he’d be good for me. I wasn’t sure there was a place for him in my life. So bold. So vibrant. So self-assured.
But the more I got to know him, I realized he didn’t always need to be the center of attention. He could sit quietly (all right, not too quietly) in a corner. One thing’s for sure – I just can’t shake him.
The product is engaging, but the editorial images have been a delight. Seems, the whole process was a bit of a party. “I had a blast working on the collaboration with Schumacher,” Miles told me. “Dara Carponigro, [their creative director] is a design force and we saw eye-to-eye the whole way.”
Not completely altruistic, Miles reaped his own rewards. “Personally, I got to make a lot of fabric that I had longed for in the market, which doubled the fun. I suppose I am greedy!” he said.
Still, it’s win-win. There are four or five fabrics I could use right now, including Cubist
, pictured top, which I just cannot shake. Pick your favorite here
All images courtesy of F. Schumacher & Co.