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I would say that all of my jobs have impacted my direction in one way or another. Each one was a new opportunity and another step in the journey.

I think my focus on fashion came from wanting to create something that wasn't merely beautiful but also very useful. I liked the idea of designing to fill a need and also I liked having the limitations and parameters of a product.

I started Polychrome to help alleviate some of the common bottlenecks that I saw happening in the design rooms of every fashion brand I have ever worked for.

May 21, 2018

Our visit to the first Fashion Makerspace was AMAZING - read the story behind this new venture. Also, find out about our next exclusive facility visit coming up in June!

Meet the artist - Danielle Rae Miller talks about her upcoming exhibit in New Mexico and what influences her beautiful and intricate work.

November 27, 2017

"Many of my works come from nature. Whenever I go out... I take pictures all the time. I also love to find inspirations on Pinterest. I go to the library and flip through books to get inspired."

September 4, 2017

on creative block: My finding is that the more often you are creating the less you get stuck...most of my paintings are based on things I see along my travels across Boston and its surrounding communities.

With such a broad design capability, a typical day might find Rebecca working on design for print media, developing a website, or working on some of her beautiful print repeats for the print pattern catalog on our online store.

April 18, 2017

A print designer by day and a street artist by night.  Kami creates textile patterns for Polychrome, puts them into repeat, and recolors them into many color combinations. When not making art, she is biking around Brooklyn

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