leslie fraley

owner + buyer + designer


Fashion and travel. I’ve loved both for as long as i can remember: i was lucky enough to have parents who dragged me around the world from the time i was 2, whether it was for pleasure or my father’s job, and lucky enough to have a grandmother and mother who taught me how to sew and knit for my barbies and then for myself.  My happy places also include: dinner with dear friends, being knee deep in a good book, cooking anything from raw vegan dishes to braised meats, and, last, but not least, doing just about anything with my amazing daughter.


victoria steinhauser

art director + operations


i live in a loft that used to be a middle school classroom with my husband + two pups in the cozy west side of kansas city. i'm a big fan of sundays, frank ocean, blue jeans + white tees, modern design, & oat milk lattes (preferably from the pals at goat hill). my dad told me i was going to be an artist when i was eight years old and i’ve been working to prove him right ever since.


stuart heidmann

photographer + web management


Photography was the one medium I connected with in early high school and I'm still chasing the light. Photography is my way to interact and document the world around me. When I’m not behind the lens you can find me spending my time out in nature, exploring the midwest, reading books in the park or surrounded by cats at home and at KC Pet Projects.

jennifer scott

stylist + client relations



I believe life is best lived slow, with intention. for me, that is a morning with a cup of coffee in hand, finding an estate sale to rummage through or a new greenhouse to explore.  time at home in my sunny apartment that is a curated collection of oddities + books + plants, along with my pup finn. the curiosity for slow fashion began in my twenties out of sheer necessity for a more cost-effective way to dress myself. now,  I live for the thrill of never knowing what I will find in a day’s hunt. 



shop girl + door greeter + employee of the month 5 years running



June 25, 2018 — Vicki George