LONG BEACH, CA, April 09, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The design company known as Color Me has released their debut 2014 fashion collection, "Candy Skulls." This first offering from the Norway-based crew includes a black regular tee with "His n Hers" candy-skull design, heather-gray lady-fit tee with "Saint n Sinner" candy-skull design, and the capstone accoutrements, two handmade infinity scarves with either their trademark "Candy Skulls" or "Skulls n Stars" design. Color Me is a graphic design studio with prints available for a variety of uses.
The Color Me Studio makes upbeat, versatile garments with youthful tones and eclectic inspirations. As showcased very well by their "Candy Skulls" line, Color Me apparel adds colorful creativity to casual urban outfits, adding a dose of vivaciousness with a subtly classy edge. Their use of pastels is bright, rather than bland, and tasteful rather than loud.
The notable "Candy Skulls" designs are imaginative and striking, particularly in the case of Color Me's infinity scarves, which blend 1960s-inspired patterns with a contemporary scarf design for an entirely unique look unavailable from any other studio today.
Much of the quality of Color Me's products comes from a loving attention to detail in all corners of the fashion industry. Owner and designer Anita Hvambsahl makes the wearers of her designs an important part of the studio's operating equation. The manner in which her Color Me products are assembled is thoroughly examined for the benefit and fairness of everyone involved.
"We want to provide simple and memorable designs on apparel and interior decor for the youthful and aware customer," she writes. "We take pride in our designs, and follow every step of our outsourced production with as much thought and consideration as we do our in-house crafted goods. We strive to be a sustainable and recognized company that delivers quality and good service from the idea board to the hands of our customers."
Speaking of the person she imagines will most likely be drawn to Color Me designs, Hvambsahl writes, "Our customer is a person that looks for apparel and stuff that not everyone has. He or she probably sees the value of supporting smaller indie businesses, and likely loves music and other underground art scenes."
This opening "Candy Skulls" collection is designed entirely by Color Me's Anita Hvambsahl, herself. The infinity scarves, clear standouts for this spring debut, are handmade by Hvambsahl at the C.M. studio and deserve particular attention.
"Candy Skulls" is available from the Color Me Studio online worldwide (links provided below).
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