A few years ago I began sitting for meals, honing my sensuality, finding pleasure in daily life and dressing well for myself all the time—even at home. Which meant that I needed an apron for cooking, cleaning and studio work. But…alas...I couldn't find an apron that suited my style—not even close. The aprons on the market were either too crafty, too frumpy or too industrial. So I did what any creative would do: I started sketching...and sketching...and envisioning my apron on Gwyneth Paltrow…and my friend Amy...and I kept sketching. A year later I spent my savings outfitting my studio, learned how to drape on a dress form and how to sew with an industrial sewing machine. And now—nearly two years after first sketching aprons on a trip to a studio-sized castle in Carmel, CA and 37+ prototypes later—my Signature His & Her Apronera is born. And now my story is in your hands. . . .