Our friend Mel made a couple of great video demo + reviews for tie-on cord masks and long-loop masks! Thank you so much, Mel!
Tie-on cord mask with wire, They/Them/Their print:
Long Loop masks, Country Living prints:
Thank you to everyone who came out and everyone who boosted our pop-up event in New York. You made it a success, and we’re so grateful! We finally got to meet and collab with the wonderful people at Bluestockings, we held a one-day in-person giveaway, and so many people came and geeked out about She-Ra with us.
A bunch of other fun things happened last weekend too. Out in the Open uploaded our radio interview, hands-down the most fun press we’ve ever had. The brand-new Trans Headlines made us their business highlight for their launch. And we’ve been really delighted to see all your responses coming in to our Giveaway questions, as we think about pop-ups in 2020 and imagine wilder, freer futures.
If you’re interested in any of our other press, you can see it all on our In The Media page over here.
Thanks again. If you told anyone about that pop-up, if you reblogged or retweeted it: you helped. We appreciate you.
A couple of quick post-video notes:
First, this isn’t nearly all of them, this is just the amount I was able to get on the wall on Saturday. There’s so much more. We’re filling this wall.
Second, to the person who sent us a binder for resizing with green armpit hair dye on the hems: we love you, and we hope you’re doing super well.
Hey, y’all. Eli here. I don’t talk a lot on video or on camera but I wanted to take a moment, this weekend, when the news is kind of bad in general, and we’re all just real tired, and it’s been a long time since it felt like Everything was gonna be okay
So I came into the studio on a Saturday and spent some time thinkin about our customers, and all of you guys, who have reached out to us over the years and sent us things, really, really nice things, that you’ve just, y’know, didn’t have to pop a postcard in the mail from Iceland, but you did, and it meant so much to us. Every single time we got something in the mail that was telling us we were doing work that was worthwhile. Every time. Everything. Every card, every note, I have saved every doodle and every drawing that everyone ever sent us. And I just. I’m so grateful, to all of you, for the five years that we’ve had. I am so grateful. To all of you. Everyone who sent us anything, to let us know that you were here, and we were here, and it made a difference. For us.
Thank you so much.
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