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Audrey Louise Reynolds received a wonderful write-up today in the Times.

I am not a huge fan of the tie-dying effect, but Ms. Reynolds pursuit of natural dyes and one-of-a-kind pieces are refreshing.  With the creation of subtle highs and lows in color, creating texture and pattern her creations are hard to reproduce.  This results in a three-fold advantage.  One, it is insurance to the owner that this designer garment is unique.  Two, there is a more accountable reason for the pricing (all of her dyes are from natural and recycled methods), and three, the garment is hard for mass-market companies to re-produce.  This is and will continue to be a trend for the high-end market.  Fashionistas always want to have something current that no one else can get.

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