DiDomenico Dresses Warrior Gala

DiDomenico Dresses Warrior Gala This weekend, DiDomenico dressed a tribe of beautiful women in support of Serve Our Willing Warriors Gala. Almost a dozen of our gowns swept the hallways of MGM National Harbor for this event and we are so excited to share. Not only did DiDomenico dress these women but also decided to offer gowns to four wounded warrior women who were attending the …

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Philanthropic Fashion – Philippines

Before anyone is asked to start something, it is my firm belief that they must first ask their WHY Why are you doing this? What is its purpose? Who will it help? In 2015 I began a journey to “Sew the World” with my trusty sewing machine sidekick. During this project, I had set shores in 20 countries and styled …

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Feeling Filipino – First Sewing the World Workshop

Feeling Filipino Sewing the World Hello Friends and Family, I am happy to share my next journey with you to the land of the Philippines on July 5th. This trip, unlike all others is to embark on something new and close to my heart, beyond what we know as just fashion. As some of you know 2 years ago, I …

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Couturier of Cuba

Cuba’s top Couturier Partnership with DiDomenico Meet Mario Alberto Freixas, Cuba’s biggest designer with his stand alone atelier in the heart of Old Havana. Though with many years of experience and credibility, this man does not design for expensive and luxurious clientele. He designs for those that matter to him most.The real Cuban people. Struggling to expand his business due to limiting embargo trade it is …

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Sewing SOWETO

These iconic SOWETO towers stand in the neighborhood where Mandela spent his childhood. Today these towers painted with beautiful murals stand in reflection of the “perfect” racism that South African government tried to implement on society from 1948-1994; the Apartheid. Apartheid, for all its power, had fatal flaws baked in. Racism was not logical. Consider this: Chinese people were classified …

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Dog Daze

In Cuba lucky street dogs find unusual homes. The dogs find shelter in places ranging from public restrooms to museums and eat scraps from their providers. There are even some that live in the Museum of Metalworks. But here’s the fun part: this is allowed! 😆 In Cuba’s Central Bank, state institutions give “stray” dogs official IDs and name tags to …

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Breaking Boundaries – First American Designer in Cuba

5 days ago @didomenico_design became the first American designer to have shown in Cuba since 1960 when the embargo was first put in place. Looking at the long history of Cuba and the arts it is vastly impressive how they have been able to create such beautiful things with such little resources. I personally visited the only decent fabric store …

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Just Around the River Bend

She was free in her wildness. She was a wanderess, a drop of free water. She belonged to no man, to no city. ⛵️🏝 #justaroundtheriverbend #sewingtheworld#madagascar #travelsolo #traveloften #travelfar#followthejourney #intothewild #wanderlust #africa

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Peter Piper

Ok, ok so before we talk about the wedding, let me give you a little background on the guy. For starters yes, one of the big highlights of traveling to the UK was meeting a fellow globetrotter. His name is Ross O’Connell Jennings. Having spent some good years living in China and Thailand he speaks fluent Chinese and travels the …

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Haute Hare

This is my take on the Eggcelent Easter Bunny. Happy Easter to All!! Easter ‪#‎vogue‬ 🐰🌸🐰🌸🐰 ‪#‎isaidAhiphop‬ ‪#‎hiphopyoudontstop‬‪#‎sewingeaster‬ ‪#‎easterbunny‬ ‪#‎sewingtheworld‬ ‪#‎happyeaster‬ ‪#‎helives‬ photo credit: Preston Tran Sewing Easter on Sewing The World ❤