| Baskets by Supermassive Textiles; Photograph by Margret Wood
January 9, 2018
Hand-dyed and hand-stitched here in town, these fabric catchalls will make your flower girl’s day
When Krista Engler moved to Charleston in 2012 with her husband, she joined the design gurus at Cobble Hill as art director. By day, she still wears that cape (she’s behind the look of some of the Holy City’s top brands, like Jack Rudy Cocktail Co., Little Jack’s Tavern, and Sisal & Tow, and has done work for Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition’s darling, Marysia.
But by night? That’s when she assumes her place as a stalwart of the local maker’s scene, heading Supermassive Textiles, her line of hand-dyed fabric creations. While her mottled wraps might come in handy as favors amid breezy receptions, and her pillows could easily feather your newlywed nest, her airy catchall bowls are prime for petal tossing, bridesmaids gifts, and maybe even as a nightstand jewelry holder for you. Happy shopping!
Read the rest of Krista’s story here or in the newest issue, which is on newsstands now.