The Tour of Utah finished just outside the Cade&Co shop yesterday, August 9th. It was exciting to see all the riders and spectators. As usual, Park City did a great job in hosting this wonderful event.
Outside my shop door was the perfect place to see all the first finishers. Chris Horner was there with his teammates and family. They were gracious enough to accept a pair of my "I Love Bicycles" handmade baby shoes for their 7 month old baby boy.
Joe Dombrowski (Cannondale-Garmin) won the Tour of Utah on Sunday, as Lachlan Norris (Drapac Professional Cycling) took the final stage, a 125.5km leg starting and ending in Main Street in Park City.
Taking an interest in my new retail space and line of handcrafted baby shoes, they filmed this video, showcasing Cade&Co's design process and new studio/retail shop space off Main Street, in Park City, Utah.
While the trend for small businesses is to opt for a pure on-lline presence, Cade&Co chose a different path by opening a brick and mortar store. Here I can design, create, and meet with customers at the same time. They can see first-hand the quality and workmanship that goes into each pair of my shoes and leather accessories.
Cade&Co is excited to have opened a retail shop and studio space in Park City, Utah.
Here customers can shop and visit, while I continue to create and expand my product line.
In addition to handcrafted baby shoes, Cade&Co is also expanding into jewelry and other luxury goods.
As always, everything is made in Park City, Utah.
If you haven't yet heard of www.PRESERVE.us, it's worth taking a look at.
Beautifully curated, featuring artisan-created products, all made in America.
Cade&Co is proud to be a part of it all, with PRESERVE.us featuring two of our newest styles in handcrafted baby shoes.
Simply put, PRESERVE.us is both cleaver and unique, "Our goal is to support the America we’ve always known, and the one we haven’t yet met. We hope to achieve this in small but meaningful ways, through the stories we tell, the treasures we share..."
After "Fantastic Mr. Fox" hit the big screen, owls seemed to invade children's apparel and home decor.
Then came "What Does the Fox Say?," which sealed the deal for fox fashion everywhere.
Cade&Co loves all things woodland, so we have created a new design, Sly Fox.
These wonderful books are illustrated by Monette Pangan.
But don't just take our word for it: Jody Robbins seems to agree with the fox fashion take-over in her recent blog from last month.
What is next to come? Hedgehogs and porcupines?
Here at Cade&Co, we are hoping it is something that can be cut-out in tiny leather pieces.