Gregory Parkinson creates tie-dye patterns that work in fashion world

Gregory Parkinson dresses fashion plates such as Brooke Shields and Shiva Rose. He has shown his collection on the runway in Los Angeles and New York. And he sells his color-drenched, vibrantly patterned clothes at some of the world’s most exclusive stores. Read more
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