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Magnetic Threads

Born in Bisbee Arizona, I've lived and worked around the world. I am an artist , fashion designer and permaculture designer. In March of 2012 I quickly picked up designing fun and comfortable clothing and opened my shop, Magnetic Threads, located in Bisbee AZ. Magnetic Threads became a fast success, and my quest for reaching higher levels of design cleverness was unveiled in the 2013 Tucson Fashion Week, where I won the prestigious Betsey Johnson Choice Award. As an entrepreneur and artist I continue to explore new avenues of creation and success; it is a never-ending adventure! I now make custom autographed robes for the "Raging Bull" Jake LaMotta, and hope to make more celebrity custom apparel in the future.

I believe we are all creators here to achieve our highest path. Many of us walk around in a dream state, but once the switch is turned on, the creator emerges. I want people to walk around wearing a one of a kind piece of art, since they too are a one of a kind piece of art. When I draw, paint or piece together fabrics I release an energy, sometimes in a frenetic fashion. A garment from creation to use is worth a thousand words. 

Our shop in Bisbee offers custom made clothing to men and women. You get to choose your own fabric and be a part of the design process! We also offer local art, jewelry and more! Stop by and be a part of the magic! We ship your custom order to anywhere in the world. 

# 2 Copper Queen Plaza
Bisbee, AZ - Arizona 85603
Tel: (917) 660-4681
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