Crop Top Portrait Pink

Crop Top Portrait Pink

Regular price$195.00
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  • Estimated Delivery Date: Approximately 2-4 weeks
sleeve length
A fun and sophisticated Crop Top features beautiful hand-painted  colors. This Crop Top has a loose comfortable fit and falls about hip length. Each piece is made to order and uniquely crafted by hand.
Body Style: Loose Fitted
Surface Design: Portait
Color: Pink/White
Fabric: 98% Rayon 2% Spandex
Made to Order in New Jersey

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Julia levitt
Crop top pink

Darling top=great fit!

Paul Heyne and Karen Bogut
Designed Heyne Bogut

As both a fashion and an art statement. Veterans of both industries, they have successfully merged a contemporary attitude, expressing a unique blend of artistic sensitivity with fashion awareness. The Heyne & Bogut team developed years of forward fashions under their label Vox Pop. They created an image of an ultra-trendy line which sold globally. Their accounts included Patricia Field, Henri Bendel, Barneys NYC, etc., and were featured in several magazines like Elle, Vogue, Mademoiselle, etc. They worked with stylists for film and television. Vox Pop was regularly seen on Melrose Place and MTV.

Paul Heyne, a painter and graphic designer, along with his partner and spouse Karen Bogut, a dyer and stylist, formerly wholesaled and retailed in the arts and crafts industry. They were lured into the fashion business via the use of a T-shirt as a canvas, selling their artfully enhanced T-shirts to Fiorucci's and entered the world of fashion. T-shirts were bought and worn by rock and movie stars alike.

The allure of the business hooked the team. They expanded their canvas to include dresses, blouses, skirts, jackets, coats, and even suits. The line became expansive. They opened their own showroom in New York with partner Patricia Field. Retail stores opened in SoHo, NYC, and Philadelphia. Department and chain store sales were common. Eventually, private label work became the watered-down design versions. "Mark downs" and "charge backs" became everyday terms.

One day in 1997, Heyne and Bogut said, "Quit for an entire year." The design team collaborated on a new idea. That year, Heyne Bogut was conceived. Back to the roots of art! There is a need for fashion which was made by artists, not stamped out by machine.

The boom of the 90s had created an opportunity for success in all arenas. People need things made by people, connected by something bigger than success. Something that expresses sensitivity and awareness of multicultural ideas, religion, style, philosophy, art, all connected by global consciousness.

Returning to the everyday pace of email, satellite TV, cell phones, and laptops, we all need to feel connected. We take the hard edge of technology and give people something beautiful to soften and enhance their world.