SUMMER RENT DRESS
J Morgan Puett & The Mildred Complex(ity) Apron collection
Revisiting a most practical design from one of Morgan's Research/Installation projects titled, Cottage Industry 2002; this apron design collapses the carpenters apron with that of a slave-made apron from the historic collections of The Charleston Museum in South Carolina.
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The Mildred Complex(ity) RENT DRESS project is a system in flux not following traditional industry procedures as most retailers. We are practicing intentional slow clothing protocols. Items are limited artist editions, one-of-a-kind, and collaborative projects that may quickly be unavailable each month. We are not following seasonal trends, nor are we following the industry calendar.
RENT DRESS is a whimsical, experimental, fundraising strategy for financing projects and ideas. When you purchase products here, you are directly supporting artists collaborating at Mildred’s Lane and The Mildred Complex(ity).
Each month a handful of garments, house wares, artist editions or other products emerge out of collaboration, and inventiveness with exactly one purpose in mind – to cover the overhead for projects at hand, underlining a cost for cost strategy.
We are a forecasting system, workstyling new and emergent practices for Retail in the 21st Century (R21c.) We welcome your collective support in exchange for one of our unique RENT DRESS wares uploaded each month. Thank you.
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Mildred's Lane exclusive Porcelain edition made by Caroline Wallner
Caroline Wallner is owner and designer at Tivoli Tile Works. She has been producing fine and collectable pottery since 1998. A trained sculptress and painter, the craft of pottery is the perfect synthesis of her two loves. Caroline lives between Upstate NewYork and the West Coast of Ireland with her husband and three daughters.