Belated Happy New Year…

Posted by Stephanie on  February 1, 2012

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Well, as with everything I do these days, I am exceedingly slow at kicking the new year of with a blog post! Ah, well. There has been lots of change in my life recently. Our move to a new city and province (Ottawa, Ontario) has basically taken over. It’s amazing how much there is to do when you move, particularly when you have school-age children. I think I’m nearing the end of the bureaucratic hoops

Halloween is fast approaching…

Posted by Stephanie on  September 21, 2011

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Alright, so I’m a big Halloween fan. You might have guessed this by the fact that my business includes the strange combination of wedding gowns and costumes. I love clothing in general, from every day clothes to fabulous wedding dresses, but there is just something about making a costume that is both exciting and freeing. You can do it however you like, with whatever materials you want. This year, I’m going to try to continue

Busy, as usual…

Posted by Stephanie on  August 24, 2011

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Ahhhh… motherhood. The job that keeps on giving… and taking… all of my patience and strength. Here’s the plan for what’s left of this week: Finish recycling a client’s wedding gown and alter a bridesmaid’s dress. That’s the work schedule. Now, there’s the kid-related stuff: bring daughter to new kindergarten to pick up pre-ordered (thank goodness!) school supplies at school, pick up son’s rented birthday cake pan, bake cake plus cupcakes for family party, wrap

Stephanie Davis Designs Semi-Custom Line

Posted by Stephanie on  June 27, 2011

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I had my first official photo shoot on June 11th in N.D.G. The weather was… shall we say, questionable. My photographer, Alana and I went back and forth as to where we should take the shots. We finally decided we were best to go to a location where we had several different backgrounds to choose from since we didn’t know how long the weather would hold. I had my fingers crossed the whole time, but

Becoming an Eco-Friendly Designer

Posted by Stephanie on  April 4, 2011

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How does one become an eco-designer? I’m sure that for some people, this is easy. You have a passion for the earth and for fashion so you find ways to create fashion without harming the earth. You vow never again to set foot in a Fabricville or a big fabric wholesaler. You declare them horrible and wasteful. You stick to your guns and stay away. For me, the transition has not been so easy. In

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