Archives for March 2011

I-Heart Gloves featured on

I-Heart baby alpaca fingerless gloves featured in’s “From Valentine’s Day to Wedding Day”, February, 2011.

I-Heart Baby Alpaca Gloves on

I-Heart baby alpaca gloves featured in Betty Confidential’s “7 Girly Valentine’s Day Presents to Give YOURSELF”, February 2011.

I-Heart Baby Alpaca Gloves on

I-Heart baby alpaca fingerless gloves featured on’s Have a Heart Gift Guide.  February, 2011.

I-Heart Gloves Featured on Cool Mom Tech

I-Heart baby alpaca fingerless Gloves featured on’s Who Gloves You, Baby? February, 2011.

Object Mythology’s Fingerless Gloves Featured on Eco-Fabulous

Object Mythology’s Ramona, Valeria and Gilda gloves are featured in Eco-Fabulous’ trendwatch feature on fingerless gloves.  February, 2011.

I-Heart Gloves and Hot Water Bottle Warmers featured on Eco-Fabulous!

Eco-Fabulous features Object Mythology’s I-Heart baby alpaca fingerless gloves and hot water bottle covers.  February, 2011.

Days of Good Features Object Mythology!

Days of Good interviews Object Mythology Designer Karen Chien.  January, 2011.

White Apricot Features Gilda Baby Alpaca Fingerless Gloves!

We are thrilled to have been included in White Apricot’s article “Eco Friendly Fingerless Gloves and Infinity Scarves Are The Coolest Ways To Stay Warm” posted in February 2011.

Vintage Subway Signs: Own a Piece of NYC History

Vintage subway signs are a great way to own a piece of New York City History while adding an interesting element to one’s decor.  Dating from the 1940’s these original, oil cloth vintage subway signs were used as destination signs on the fronts of subway and trolley cars.  There are many different signs available depending […]

Object Mythology Featured in W27’s Sustainability Issue – February 2011

We are so excited to be featured in FIT’s (Fashion Institute of Technology) Sustainability Issue which was released last month.  I started Object Mythology back in 2007 while on a vacation in Peru.  I met a group a small group of local artisans who desperately needed a source of income to support their families. I  […]