Urban Faery clothes are darker and made of rayon jersey and heavier woven silk while the Woodland Faery clothes are silk chiffon: light, floaty and fairly sheer
Gypsy Moon was founded in 1991 in Cambridge, MA and has been on the web since 1995.
Every piece in our line, has been tried and tested by Gypsy Moon staff and customers to fit and flatter the bodies of real women.
Their goal is to make clothing that is feminine, romantic and timeless...clothing that will be in style as long as women are.
Speaking of things that are real, most of theirsilks and velvets are easy care, washed and washed again for the softness and drape that otherwise can only be found in vintage garments.
Interview with Gypsy Moon:
Candace has been sewing clothing for over 15 years. She creates lovely wearable art from her studio in Lexington, Massachusetts. She runs an extraordinary clothing business, without a lot of marketing, and is truly an inspirational designer.
What got you started sewing your own line of clothing?
What are the inspirations for the lines you sell? Does the season matter?
Do you draft your own patterns?
What couture techniques do you apply?
How did you first market your business? I read that people saw what you were wearing and wanted to know where to buy the clothes you had.
Where is the clothing line manufactured?
What is your personal time investment? It would seem that you sew and design a great deal.
What sorts of materials go into your clothing line? I see a lot of silks and velvets; very luxurious!
Was it a huge step opening up your store?
Do you have help or support from family members or friends?
Do you have any words of wisdom for other people who find you an inspiration?