This video shares Heyne Bogut’s story and creative process through words and visuals. They share their love for Philadelphia and why they decided to have their business there and the importance of collaboration with other creative individuals who: live, work and go to school in Philadelphia. Their process of textile manipulation transforms their fashion into art. Aired: 09/14/16
Set inside the historic Stehli Silk Mill in Lancaster, HEYNE BOGUT has teamed up with contemporary dance company TORI LAWRENCE + CO. on a short dance film. The film features clothing by HEYNE BOGUT, choreography by Tori Lawrence, cinematography by Chris Landy, and original music by Peter Adams. Check out the trailer for the film here!



"They really love what they do, and you can see it in their clothes says Ellen Shepp at Joan Shepp in Elkins Park."

Philadelphia Inquire

"HEYNE BOGUT - a high end line of elegant, funky couture designs."

Philadelphia STYLE

Knit Wits Ann Gitter says, "It's just perfect for my store. We got the first group in and it sold out very quickly."

Philadelphia Inquire

"Dear Karen...I love all your designs. They make me feel happy!..."

Barbara Eden - (I Dream Of Jeannie)

"...HEYNE & BOGUT meld an ancient handcrafted feel with high-tech futurism..."

Margit Detweiller - PhiladelphiaCityPaper

“I’ve always loved the handcrafted, punk-rock vibe of Heyne Bogut Designs. Back in the 90s, Paul and Karen’s clothes were a breath of fresh air in Philly – wild and wearable at the same time. I remember visiting their little shop (a long time ago) in Old City and what struck me the most was their meticulous attention to detail while keeping things free-spirited. Burnished chiffon tops and sexy, deep-colored velvet dresses seemed otherworldly – Heyne Bogut had this knack for combining elegance with a rebellious edge. Over the years Paul and Karen have honed their craft, infusing their high-quality
creations with a sense of timelessness. I really don’t know how they do it. They have
always celebrated the spirit of non-conformity, inviting people to embrace their unique style and unleash their inner rebels. But their clothes have always been more than mere garments; they are an embodiment of freedom and creativity.”

Margit Detweiler - Editor, founder of Gen-X storytelling collective @tuenightgyratemedia.com

“The most important thing in business are the relationships we build. Working with Karen
and Paul all these years has been incredibly special. Their passion and talent and drive is exceptional and inspiring! Heyne Bogut has always filled a need in our store that no other has ever come close!

Ellen Shepp - @joanshepp