The Studio Series 2.0: Tracy Obolsky, Baker

Two years ago, Brooklyn-based designer Ilana Kohn had the idea to create a pair of workwear coveralls for the modern, messy creative: Ceramicists, bakers, painters, tattoo artists, and so on. We stocked a limited run of the unisex jumpsuit style and it sold out — fast.

Today we’re happy to announced a second edition of the coverall, once again in limited quantities and once again exclusively available on Garmentory. Crafted from sturdy Japanese cotton canvas in an earthy sage green hue, the coverall is designed to stand up to real wear and tear. In fact, they actually look cooler the more f*cked up they get. Tracy Obolsky, owner of Rockaway Beach Bakery and one of the creatives Ilana had in mind while designing the coveralls, agrees, confessing, “The more flour I get on them, the better they look.”

Tracy is just one of the five friends of Ilana who inspired the design. Get to know her here below.

Creative Women To Watch: Agathe Singer, Jasmyn Burke and Djuna Bel

Some people just leave you in awe. Case in point: Agathe Singer, a Parisian illustrator who paints with a beautifully delicate aesthetic; Jasmyn Burke, the magnetic lead singer for Toronto-based art rock band Weaves whose distinctive vocals can be heard on the band’s recently released eponymous album; and Djuna Bel, a wardrobe stylist whose discerning eye has landed her work with the likes of Levi’s, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Zoe Kravitz. Talented, driven and totally playing by their own rules, Agathe, Jasmyn and Djuna are our current inspirations. We caught up with the three women to get the inside scoop on the source of their brilliance.