What does it take to shake up an industry? In New Voices, we spotlight and celebrate the female founders who are changing the way we live, shop, and style our homes, one bright idea at a time. In their own words, they share the major milestones and less-than-shiny moments—from prototypes gone awry to seeing their first product “in the wild”—that make it all worthwhile.
We at Thomas Fuchs Creative have been so lucky to have been chosen as one of their "Looks" to chose from. Tap any of the pictures below to take you to their site ....AFTER you read the article below ..LOL...
Amy Griffin and Jessica Latham spent almost 10 years “pulling off” parties together, writing menus with a sense of humor (“It’s not gluten-free, but it’s delicious,” one note read), and assembling lavish tablescapes far beyond the basic white arrangement. For a while, they had been brainstorming about how they could simplify the planning process—not just for themselves but for others, too. It wasn’t until one day about a year and a half ago that the childhood friends sat down after a hike and realized what they had to do. They needed to make entertaining easier—and their new company, Social Studies, sets about doing just that.
Encourage guests of every age to access their inner Mondrian at this colorful art party. When not dining from color-blocked melamine plates accented by black flatware and candle holders or sipping from chic but unchippable acrylic glasses, they’ll be painting, coloring, and sketching on the graphic-print paper table runner from the supplies tucked into enamel tumblers at the center of the table.
Each look features a full place setting for your guests - plus one extra in case of an emergency. We also include the decorative touches that are the sign of a stylish (and thoughtful) host.
- Dinner Plate
- Salt & Pepper Bowl
- Candlesticks & Candles
We’ve sourced floral arrangements for every look that ship fresh and ready for your party. Just check the box to the right to add on.
- Fresh Daisies
We’ve designed a special menu for this look. Fill in yourself, or select “Customized Menus” for us to print the details of what you are serving!