February 23, 2014
Mara Hoffman dress. Frye handbag. Subtle Luxury scarf.
Our incoming spring collections are ever-inspired by worldly prints and colorful graphics, like this Mexican-influenced shift dress by Mara Hoffman.
February 4, 2014
Are you a "frosting" or "cake" person? Tracy Collins of SugarBakers Cake Truck won't make you choose. Her edible art is a confluence of flavor, taste, and...let's just say it...sweet sweet love. Using organic and local ingredients, Tracy Collins and her team are not only masters of the desert, but mindful and thoughtful local business owners as well: a mobile cakery with heart and soul. Not to mention that the cupcakes are to-die-for. We sampled (ie: scarfed down) their Salted Caramel, Snickers, and Double Chocolate creations, and can all attest to their sugary greatness. Let us treat you to some of Tracy and the SugarBakers' culinary love this Arts Night Out at Ode: Valentine's Day 6-8pm. Tracy will be there with frosting and cake in hand. Meet Queen-of-the-Treats Tracy.
How did you get started?
Had an idea and jumped in.
What do you love about your job?
Making people smile. Nobody’s grumpy when eating a cupcake.
Where do you find inspiration?
What's your favorite line from a movie, song, or book?
Anything from a John Hughes movie.
If you were a piece of clothing, what would be and what color/pattern?
A black and white wrap dress.
What's the first line in a book about your life?
“Her world was a constant state of chaos.”
What is your favorite word, and why?
What's your go-to "happy" song?
“Getting Jiggy With It” by Will Smith.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever gotten?
Never say never.
When was the last time you laughed so hard you cried?
Any given day with all my kids.
Join us on Friday, February 14th from 6-8pm for our Arts Night Out "Love Fest" celebration featuring Tracy of SugarBakers Cake Truck, a Love Heals trunkshow, and a photobooth by Chattman Photography.