Home creations sure to impress
A touch of Central Otago creativity.
Angel A: Angie Smith is well known for her womens’ merino clothing, together with her summer fashion (sizes 6-24). Angie is about to launch a range of baby merino and you can be first to view the range of sleep sacks, wraps and clothing. ADLIB by Anne Lyon: Anne has been in the business of making limited edition womens’ designer clothing for over 20 years and has recently added jewellery to her collection. Unique womens fashion with an edge. Le’ Bev: Bev Muir is showing a range of felt hats and accessories. Bev’s work is much admired by those in felting circles. Debbie Paton is a creative artist who has dabbled in different mediums, primarily known for sculpting Oamaru Stone, but also paints in oils and has worked in clay. Now Debbie has moved onto jewellery. Moonjunk is a range of recycled copper and brass jewellery, hand cut, beaten and made into unique pieces. All pieces are one-offs. All designers are from Central Otago: Angie, Anne and Bev are from Cromwell and Debbie is from Clyde. All of the collections are created from home-based studios and are open to clients visiting by appointment, just give them a call. On Saturday, May 25, these Designer Collections will be in Arrowtown at the Atheneaum Hall, from 10am— 4pm so come along and view all the collections together under one roof, they are sure there will be something for everyone. Free Admission. www.adlibbyannelyon.co.nz
Debbie, Anne and Angie, three of the designers.