Our favorite collaborators!
Enchanting Soap Collection and Boutique – Roberta Easter has been a great partner in our Upcycled furniture. She has all the character and values we look for in our designers and we love supporting her soap and body products. Her talents don’t end there… We are proud to highlight her upcycled furniture projects on our site as well as work together in local shows and efforts to assist our entrepreneurial ladies elevate their businesses.
JV Leather Crafts – Vicki Brown has worked with us almost from the beginning. She has mentored several youth in leather work, including 4-H. Check out her upcycled Wild West Collection.
SaraSpanjersart.com – We first met this great artist at Recycle Santa Fe. Not only is her art inspirational, whimsical and great to be with, she is a gem!
Living in God’s Country
Our Mora – Most of our designers live in Northern New Mexico’s beautiful mountains. Our website highlights the attractions we all treasure and we can offer to our guests. Mora is a small community, a county of 4,500 which means a lot of space to explore.
Organizations that help make Upcycledfashion.com happen:
Art for the Heart – Art for the Heart is an ongoing “art for healing” project in Peñasco, and the founding organization for UpcycledFashion.com.
New Mexico Arts – UpCycledFashion.com/Art for the Heart was made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts is funded in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Dept. of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment of the Arts.
WESST – Every small business should have training and mentors like we have had at WESST! WESST is a statewide small business development and training organization committed to growing New Mexico’s economy by cultivating entrepreneurship. Founded in 1988 as a 501(c)3 non profit by two PNM executives, Joellyn Murphy and Carol Radosevich, and an initial Executive Director, Jessica Glicken, WESST has nurtured the entrepreneurial dreams of thousands of New Mexicans by providing training,technical assistance and access to capital.