Thursday, October 29, 2009

TM TO R




is now...


Tumbler and Tipsy is proud to announce that we have now changed from our trademarked logo to our new and improved FEDERALLY REGISTERED TRADEMARKED LOGO! :-) We just thought you should know...ALL OF OUR RIGHTS ARE NOW RESERVED!





Monday, October 19, 2009

TumblerandTipsy.com is going under construction....



TumblerandTipsy.com will be officially going under construction today and we will be debuting our new collection and website in the next few weeks. Please excuse our mess if there are some broken links or some errors as this is going to be an exciting new website which will feature our new fashion style...ssshhh...we cant say much except for, "Please keep your hands, arms and feet inside the vehicle at all times!" :-)

NEW DESIGNS ARE BREWING....

TUMBLER AND TIPSY is working very hard in producing our new spring season which is going to be continuing in our luxury vintage eco friendly recycling of garments. We are very proud with our past seasons major mainstream exposure and we are looking forward to our continued success! We would just like to take a moment to thank our continued supporters for all your help in making Tumbler and Tipsy one of the hippest luxury vintage fashion labels to watch for in 2010! We will be updating you with our new designs and will be auctioning off a few of them in the next few weeks! Make sure to check back here for all the latest updates!! BE SEEN IN GREEN!

Friday, October 2, 2009

Tumbler and Tipsy on PEREZ HILTON'S CoCoPerez.com!


WE ARE SO EXCITED THAT PEREZ HILTON HAS FEATURED TUMBLER AND TIPSY PLUS DESIGNER MICHAEL KULUVA ON HIS FASHION PUBLICATION COCOPEREZ.COM!
Here is the article....
"Green fashion is becoming more and more popular, but this time it's with vintage-inspired threads!
Tumbler & Tipsy, based out of El Lay, is a green company that produces hand-made, one-of-a-kind items from reconstructed vintage fabrics and clothing.
Their pièce de résistance is the "Tipsy Tie", which allows you to mix and match fabrics that hang from a chain.
Owner Michael Kulva got the inspiration after his own frustration with ties saying: “It’s much better than having that one plain tie that I have to screw around with, take it off, put it on and loosen it. This is just much more comfortable.”
Easy and clever!
Tweet us your thoughts! @PerezHilton
Posted: October 2, 2009 at 10:00 am"


Please click here to view the article: http://cocoperez.com/2009-10-02-vintage-goes-green