FARM TO HANGER, THE NEW FARM TO TABLE


Elle Magazine

April 19, 2012

Adrienne Antonson, an artist of many mediums, found the inspiration for her clothing line, State, in the midst of alpacas. As a student at the College of Charleston she studied sculpting before landing a gig as the curator of the esteemed Charleston gallery, Eye Level Art. After just one year, she needed a change.

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April 19, 2012
SPRING FASHIONS BECOME SPRINGBOARD FOR LOCAL DESIGNERS

ABC News Charleston
March 21, 2012

Several years ago, Adrienne Antonson was a College of Charleston art major eager to delve into the fashion world. Now, just seven years later, her fashion designs have made it from paper to the runway at Charleston Fashion Week.

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March 21, 2012
FROM FARM TO FASHION WITH ADRIENNE ANTONSON

Seattle Magazine
February 21, 2011
By Alex Kummerow and Dylan Priest

In the studio (and on the farm!) with designer Adrienne Antonson, the creative force behind NuBe Green's NuBe Seattle (STATE) clothing line.

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February 21, 2011
CHS INTERVIEWS: RUTH TRUE OF NUBE GREEN AND HER 'AMERICAN-MADE SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS' OF CAPITOL HILL

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
December 2, 2010
By Anika Smith

Last November CHS alerted you to a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy economy as the appropriately-namedNuBe Green set up shop in the OddFellows building.  A year later we talked with Ruth True, who founded the store with a mission to carry only American-made sustainable products.

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December 02, 2010