We came across Anna Núñez's Instagram late last year and immediately fell in love with her classic style and beautiful design work. After following along with her travels to Montreal, Paris and Nashville, and admiring her hand-drawn branding concepts and illustrations, we decided to get to know this Voloshin woman a little better.
As we approach Earth Day, we begin to think about the different ways we can all treat our planet a little better. At Voloshin, we’re proud to have several practices in place that minimize our impact, and we continue to make moves toward increasing our sustainability even more.
If you've ever checked out Kristi Reed's Instagram (@windypeakvintage) then you know all about the Montana mountains she calls a backyard. In addition to the amazing view, we're also inspired by her dedication to sustainable living and slow motherhood. Read a little bit more about this mountain mama-turned-entrepreneur in our interview below. Kristi in the Sabina Button Down What inspired you to begin Windy Peak Vintage? My husband and I have always loved thrifting and both of our closets are mostly comprised of things we find secondhand. We've been boycotting fast fashion for a long time now. When we moved to Montana I thought it would be fun to open a little shop and try to sell some of the great things we find....
I’m not a big red and pink person, so this Valentine’s Day I wanted to try making something to match my favorite shade from our Spring 19 Collection—lavender. My kids are really interested in cooking and baking (especially using the stand mixer!), so they were ecstatic to help.