Heritage Interiors is an interior design brand focusing on bohemian vintage 70's. The woman behind it is Lisa Warman. If you don't know Lisa, allow me: basically she is one boss of a magical lady. She can walk into a space, totally re-imagine it, and with a wave of her hand (and tons of buns-busting hard work) see it done within a budget. Cutting her teeth at Urban Outfitters when creative retail build-outs were still cutting edge, she has since moved over to Creations; recreating their image, opening new locations, and dramatically increasing their dollars. That's all well and good, but what would her own business look like? Heritage Interiors is the answer. Passionate about all things seventies since always, this is her own design company. We invite you to view her vision and purchase a piece should it fit with yours! Opening reception will include music to fit the mood, adult beverages, shopping and friends. Pop-up shop of amazing 70's housewares through the month of August.
Featured artist for the month of July is Alice Wilsey. Currently in the grad program for architecture, she agreed to make time for us to do an Art Party! This show will feature her new sculpture work and statement jewelry pieces. Dj D (Diana Williams) will play records for the opening reception. Alice's artwork and jewelry will be on display and for purchase in the shop through the month of July.
Featured artist for the month of June is painter Titus Castanza. One of our favorite artists (and people) in town, we are extra excited about this one! Opening reception will feature a live music set by Mike Richardson. Drinks, friends, and shopping. Titus' artwork will be up through the month of June. Everyone is invited. We hope to see you!
Alix Fallows is a woman of many creative talents. Currently, she has been working on hand-made silver and copper statement jewelry pieces and unique embroideries. Her jewelry will be available in the shop through the month of May. The opening reception will feature a live music set of freshly written songs by her husband, Forrest Fallows. Not to be missed! Beverages and shopping as always. We hope you can make it!
Our friends from Honolulu are coming into town! How Sweet It Was will host a pop-up rack from Barrio Vintage all weekend. Opening reception will include an island-themed DJ set by DJ Carl Hanni, tropical refreshments, and projections of classic Hawaiian movies.
April's Art Party is a little unconventional in that it will not feature an artist, but rather a shop from the past. "Kitty's Specialty Shop" was a women's lingerie shop in Brooklyn, NY that closed in the early 1970's. The owners moved to Tucson in 1973 with their incredible inventory in-tow. The Tucson location never opened and the contents of the shop were stored away. Fast forward 40+ years. How Sweet It Was Vintage is invited to the house to view the inventory:
This was such a special buy, not only in terms of volume and that it is ALL deadstock; but also in how it so perfectly encapsulates a specific time, place and taste. To just piece it out in our own shop didn't feel like enough.
For the month of April we will re-open Kitty's Specialty Shop. Late 1960's-early 1970's fashion illustrations and original vintage advertisements for the brands available will be on display. Please join us for the opening reception and find your next favorite lounge outfit, jammies, panties, slips, you name it. All sizes! Drinks, shopping and a DJ set by Alix Fallows & Alice Wilsey. We hope to see you for this special unveiling.
Peter Davidson kicks off our Art Party series with his abstract peripatetic geometry art. Opening reception sounds by Need, performing a live ambient trap soul set with a follow-up DJ set. Beverages and shopping as always. Peter Davidson's art will be on display through the month of March.