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30 Minute Paint Job with Indy Solomon
This Friday & every Friday this month we'll be hosting artist extraordinaire Indy Solomon. Indy will be live painting and creating custom art on clothes, canvases, shoes, purses, etc.
Here's how it works:
1. Bring one item for Indy to live paint with premium acrylic for leather goods or fabric paint for clothing
2. Pay a flat fee of $50 paid at the beginning of your appointment and you will walk away with a finished product
3. Brag to your friends (totally optional but you'll want to)
Please note: The smaller the item, the more coverage, but items of all sizes are welcome. Materials that CANNOT be painted include silk, velour, velvet, and wool (i.e. sweaters).
You don't want to miss this! Book your appointment here.
Not Sorry Goods featured in the Detroit Free Press
We're so excited to share that we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the Detroit Free Press about our new store in Ferndale!
Chanel Stitt wrote: "The sewing machines are constantly running at Not Sorry Goods in Ferndale, where you can purchase apparel and accessories customized just for you. Textile reconstruction, patchwork and stitching are a few services this store offers, in addition to hosting at least 12 other local brands and artists in the retail space. Store owners Dy-min Johnson, 30, of Detroit, and Jess Minnick, 31, of Ferndale, said inclusion-focused and unique stores like this should exist in the community."
Thank you Chanel & Mandi for visiting and sharing our story. Check out the rest of the article here.
SEEN Magazine features Not Sorry Goods
We're so grateful to be featured in SEEN Magainze's article - Sustainable Style: More Than Just a Trend! Claire Manor wrote:
"Like its name suggests, Not Sorry Goods is all about looking, feeling and doing good — no apologies necessary. With a passion for sustainable fashion, co-founders Dy-Min Johnson and Jessica Minnick center their brand around upcycled and vintage items. They also avoid excess inventory with made-to-order pieces, use recycled-material packaging, and carry eco-friendly local brands."
Check out the rest of the article here.