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New Collection – Stenciled T-shirts

In product development on 2010/09/26 at 16:48

Frau Fiber worked with four neighborhood artist to create these fantastic T-Shirts!  This was the first time stenciling T-shirts, there are flaws and imperfections, which add to the hand made quality of the garments.  These shirts have traveled from places of manufacturing like Guatemala, India, China to first use in USA, then to Haiti where they become Pepe and now back to the USA, where they are being resold, to support these artist who aspire to go to school for Engineering, English, and Political Science.

T-shirts are $20

 

Collection / Art by Claudel Casseus

Repurposed Just My Size, 18/20 W in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

Repurposed JerZees WXL in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

Repurposed JerZees Size L in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

SOLD

 

Repurposed Briazzi Size XL

 

Repurposed Chico’s Design Size 2

 

Repurposed croft & barrow size XL

 

Front

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

 

Collection / Art by Kele Casseus Jr.

 

 

SOLD

 

Repurposed Fruit of the Loom Size L in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

 

Repurposed GAP size LW in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

Repurposed Hanes Size L in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

Inks faded on this shirt the image is now white with hints of pink

 

Repurposed Hautes Size 2XL

 

Collection / Art by Evel

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

 

Repurposed Fruit of the Loom Size XL

 

 

Collection / Art by Londel Ynnocent

 

SOLD

 

Small in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

repurposed Cherokee Womans L in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

repurposed Jerzees size L in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

 

Repurposed St. Johns Bay Size XL

 

repurposed Jockey Size XL

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Collection – The Overall Back Pack

In product development on 2010/09/26 at 15:22

Jonas the tailor developed a new product, sense my visit in April.

$35 is a great price for these overallswhich were originally made in China and Mexico, to be worn in USA, then sent to Haiti and now back as a new product.

 

 

Celeur artist of the Grand Rue models the new back packs!

 

 

SOLD

SOLD

in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie

 

not photographed 1 striped and denim

 

 

Made in Haiti Collection 3

In product development on 2010/09/26 at 14:35

Frau Fiber and Jonas produced a new collection in August.

REPURPOSED T-SHIRTS

Medium $35

Small in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $40

Medium $25

Medium in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $20

Medium  $50

XL in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $35

REMADE DRESS / COLLAR SHIRTS

Small $25

Small in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $30

Med / Large in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $25

Small / Medium  in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $20

Small in 3D @ My Aunt Debbie $45

Boutique in Lancaster PA carries Made in Haiti

In product development on 2010/09/26 at 14:26

For the last eight months MY AUNT DEBBIE (MAD) in Lancaster PA, has been selling Made in Haiti garments.  Lancaster PA, is a diverse town of about 60,000 people.  Surrounded by farmland, this little slice of urbanity has welcomed Made in Haiti into it’s community.  MAD has been selling one piece a month, and they are waiting a new shipment of stenciled t-shirts, back packs and garments.  You can purchase garments by contacting MAD 310 North Queen Street, Lancaster PA 717.299.0827.

MADE IN HAITI COLLECTION 2

In product development on 2010/05/19 at 21:55

NOW AVAILABLE  – CONTACT FRAU FIBER TO PLACE YOUR ORDER

Kids Large, $25.00

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie, Lancaster PA, 717.299.0827

sold

$50, B 34 – W 28 – H 36

$30, size 10

$30, W 34

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

sold

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

Size 14, $30

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

30 W, $25

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

Size 9, $30

sold

B 32, W 28, H 36, $75

Size XXX, $25

Size 2, $30

Chest 40, $25

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

sold

Made in Haiti Collection

In product development on 2010/01/10 at 19:06

The following garments were on sale at the Ghetto Biennale in Port Au Prince, on Dec. 16, 2009.   The drawing to the right is the original Pepe garment, and the photo on the right documents the repurposed garment produced by Jonas La Base, Mademoiselle Gina and Frau Fiber.

sultry black velvet wrap dress with figurative embellishment

Size 8

$80 USD / 2400 Goudes / 480 HD

red hot New Years eve dress

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

SOLD

red t-shirts transformed dress

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

SOLD

piece work dress

$60.00 USD / 2400 Goudes / 360 HD

SOLD

dickie shirt dress

$55 USD / 2200 Goudes / 440 HD

SOLD

school uniform skirt dress

$40 USD / 1600 Goudes / 320 HD

SOLD

voodoo dress

$40 USD / 1600 Goudes / 320 HD

SOLD

stay cool blue sundress

26″ bust measurement

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 160 HD

last dress jonas and i produced

$40 USD / 1600 Goudes / 320 HD

SOLD

first garment produced

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 160 HD

SOLD

embellished halter top

Medium

$15 USD / 600 Goudes / 120 HD

african queen t-shirt

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 120 HD

SOLD

embellished sweater vest

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

small

SOLD

school uniform inspired shirt

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 120 HD

small

80’s shoulder shirt

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

SOLD

blue voodoo t-shirt

$20 USD / 800 goudes / 120 HD

Medium

white collar shrug

$10 USD / 400 Goudes / 80 HD

small

SOLD

red voodoo mask

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 120 HD

SOLD

red floral halter top

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

34″ bust

blue ocean shirt

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

Large

candy cane shrug

$10 USD / 400 Goudes / 80 HD

Medium

SOLD

w. pooh skirt

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

31″ waist

cozy mini skirt

$15 USD / 600 Goudes / 120 HD

36″ waist

orange gathered mini skirt

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 120 HD

SOLD

red ruffle sample skirt

$20 USD / 800 Goudes / 120 HD

31″ waist

distressed denim skirt

$30 USD / 1200 Goudes / 240 HD

36″ waist

ocean blue mini skirt

$15 USD / 600 Goudes / 120 HD

30″ waist

white pocket skirt

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

31″ waist

levis hip skirt

$25 USD / 1000 Goudes / 120 HD

42″ waist

News Flash! No regulation isn’t permission for abuse of power.

In product development on 2009/12/08 at 00:05

Today in Port au Prince, Frau Fiber confronted doing business in a country where there is no regulation?  It is clear many who flock to countries like Haiti where anything goes, see this as the ideal environment to have a company in the red, built on the backs of a work force desperate for a jobs.   So why not take advantage?

Frau Fiber, being a former textile worker has experienced the pressure of apparel production and comes to Haiti, attempting to develop a business model of collaboration between two textile workers, sharing each of their individual experiences, of coarse at times this is difficult, and today it seemed as if MADE IN HAITI teetered on the brink of collapse, as Frau Fiber and Jonas discovered what it means to collaborate, in a country still trying to overcome slavery.

The pursuit of collaboration proved fruit full over a bundle of Pepe, and at the end of the day, each left the Grand Rue, filled with ideas about how the garments will be remade.  Work will begin at 8am tomorrow.