"Designing with indigenous, hand-woven textiles means that you are working with sacred materials. Before I dove into this brown-owned business, I had to check myself. I had to be sure I was doing it the right way. Ethics and social consciousness are important to always keep in mind when getting into a business venture in fashion."
"It's very scary to put your work on display, as any Artist can probably relate to. I've modeled for most of my own look books and it feels a little surreal to be literally standing in my own underwear pretty much publicly"
*Original Better Homes and Gardens Photography provided by Alderman Studios
Linda Flores is an Austin based Photographer that has been featured in Stereogum, Austin Lifestyle Magazine and more. She is the Founder of Glim Magazine and also co-wrote and photo illustrated Jasper, a book promoting literacy.
"Part of the challenge of being an artist is finding a way to be engaged directly with people, with the world, while also requiring a fair amount of time, isolation and head space in order to produce work with a level of integrity that is worth pursuing."