Monday, February 2, 2009

Lucky Fish
I would say that it was virtually impossible to walk past the Lucky Fish booth without stopping by to say hi. Their bright colours and abundance of patterns and textures was just screaming for attention. Good job on the booth Lucky Fish! I had a great time chatting to the gals at the booth and pawing through all their wares. (In fact I was surprised how friendly everyone was at the show when I asked them if they would like to be blogged - very positive response from everyone.)This butterfly print was the first thing to catch my eye at the booth . . . . 

Lucky Fish screen print all their products in Brooklyn. They have an amazing selection of prints and garments. 
Their web site is


Julie said...

Oooh! I'm loving those t-shirts!

Brittany Noel said...

Wow I love the boldness!

cartolina said...

Thanks - I like them too!
Most of what I really enjoyed was in the Galleria which was all about indie design and handmade products. I have noticed that the big bloggers spent most of their time cruising through the main floor where the big hitters had their booths - Jonathan Adler etc. I liked looking at those collections but I had way more fun meeting the actual designers, in person, in their booths in the Galleria.

Pfeiffer Photos said...

The t-shirts...yeah. Nuff said.

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