Designs by Katrin Reifeiss | Press Features and Reviews of Designs by Katrin Reifeiss
Press Features and Reviews of Designs by Katrin Reifeiss
Live And Let Dye: featuring Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Pick-Up-Pouch
April 11, 2008
"...Katrin works mainly with 100% silk material and lovingly hand dyes every one-of-a-kind, custom-made piece — from her V-neck dresses to her envelope-style clutches — thereby creating subtle color gradations. For example, deep purple diagonal stripes add intensity to a muted lilac clutch and, because of the hand dyeing, the colors almost bleed into one another, providing this amazing spectrum of hues..."
Style.com, the \\\'online home of vogue\\\', chooses Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Sunset Pouch as one of the chicest staples of the 2008 Summer season.
May 21, 2008
"The Sunset Pouch is the perfect accessory to style any outfit for a Luau in Maui!"
Time Out New York fashion pages, \\\"Rainbow Brights\\\", accessorizes with Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Sunset Pouch.
July 17, 2008
"The outfit on the right features a scarf and pouch by Katrin Reifeiss. Cool stuff on [her site] actually!"
Photograph by Dorothy Hong. Styling by Quinn Asteak. Hair & makeup by Melanie Harris for Oliver Piro.
New York Magazine, \\\"Shop-A-Matic\\\" Holiday Gift Guide, features Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Hold My Name business card holders.
November 18, 2008
Silk Business Card Holder by Katrin Reifeiss. Price $15. Available at Brooklyn Bead Box, 244 Smith St, Carroll Gardens, 718-855-2375.
This and other holiday gift items are also available online for immediate purchase, in the Collections section of this site.
Time Out New York Spring Fashion issue features Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Patrón Bufandas, patterned scarves.
March 19, 2009
Silk scarves (featured in Marigold and Brooklyn Spice) are a must-have accessory to make any getup. For sale at the bargain price of $40.
These and other 2009 Collection items are available for purchase in the Collections section of this site.
CBS Early Show: Stripes For All Tastes
April 10, 2009
The bold look of stripes can "reshape" your body. Dawn Yanek from Life & Style Weekly demonstrates how with the assistance of Tracy Ullman.
See Katrin Reifeiss' Bordeadas Bufandas — fringed scarves (featured in brooklyn spice with summer night), hanging up on the left of the stage. These and other 2009 Collection items are available for purchase in the Collections section of this site.
Daily Candy features Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Hold My Name business card holders in Shoptalk: 18 Travel Essentials to Stash in Your Bag Right Now.
March 9, 2010
"If you've got 'em, flaunt 'em. Tuck your business cards into a silk pouch handmade by Prospect Park's Katrin Reifeiss."
These and other accessories are available for purchase in the Collections section of this site, or at katrinreifeiss.etsy.com. Thanks to the amazing press, the featured business card holders sold out overnight!
Simply Lovely blog features Katrin Reifeiss\\\' Cleopatra Stripes scarf set.
November 9, 2010
"Katrin Reifeiss's lovely shibori scarves. Love the colors. Love."
These and other Holiday 2010 accessories are available for purchase in the Collections section of this site, or at katrinreifeiss.etsy.com.
Time Out New York features Katrin Reifeiss\\\' scarves in the Holiday Gift Guide edition and online in TONY Shops: Shopping + Style.
November 16, 2010
"Katrin Reifeiss hand-dyes scarves in her Brooklyn abode, and we adore this lightweight, silky style. It works well as a ladylike necktie or knotted around your favorite handbag. Plus it's sold with a matching pouch for easy storage."
Lucky Magazine February 2012 issue features Katrin Reifeiss totes
'From Runway to Sunday Brunch', perfect tote by Katrin Reifeiss found on www.withlovekatrin.com. We love the ethereal tie-dye in seaglass. Model is holding the hand-dyed silk hemp tote in orange whip with plum, recycled cotton and hemp lining, also available on www.withlovekatrin.com.
Nylon Magazine May 2013 Issue features Coll. #1 '13 Current Tank and Tide Skirt, both in Indigo
'dyed and true', while it may often feature tie-dye, Katrin Reifeiss's emerging Brooklyn-based label is more akin to traditional Japanese craftsmanship than '60s-era Americana. To create her complex designs, Reifeiss hand-dyes each of her pieces using a process called shibori...