Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Watching Project Runway with Mood Fabric's Sauma Family

Robert Stolarik for The New York Times

The New York Times recently ran an online feature about the Sauma family, owners of Mood Fabrics in New York's Garment District. Read the entire article here.

"What began as a family store has become an empire with a wholesale division, a home d├ęcor wing and a Web site started last year to supply internationally. The expansion is partly helped by the show, which does not pay to film in the store in exchange for mentioning Mood on air. (Yes, designers do pay for the goods they carry out.)" —The New York Times

2 comments:

  1. What a great article! Thank you for sharing it. I have not been to Mood but I really do want to go someday.

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  2. Love the article! We always need more Swatch. Of course, I am too cheap to shop at Mood when I go to New York.

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