Vivi June (formerly Threads by Cho-Cho) makes reversible, fingerless gloves and sleeves available in a variety of lengths and fabrics. They are hand-made and lined with soft, stretch materials that allow them to be worn dressy or casual. They prove to be both stylish and practical by providing the perfect amount of arm covering for any cool to cold climate, and of course, your ever-changing moods.
The Women's Collection includes thumbhole and fingerloop styles in short, medium, long and extra-long lengths. The extra-long, flared sleeves are perfect to wear throughout the fall and winter with your favorite short, capped, or sleeveless shirt, and the buttoned cuffs are a great addition to a 3/4-length jacket or blouse.
The Kiddie Collection includes many colorful and beautiful fabrics in fun patterns as well as bold solids. The girlie fingerless gloves are available in both thumbhole and fingerloop styles. The "Princess" gloves (seen below, final picture) are even adorned with lovely decorative buttons.
Included in the Bridal Collection is a selection of white or cream lace fabrics to create a one-of-a-kind adornment for your special dress, as well as those of your bridesmaids and flower girls. The white lace can be lined with specific colored fabrics to go along with each wedding's particular color scheme.
Whether you’re sporting the tiny tee and trendy jeans or finishing off an elegant dress for a night on the town, you'll find the stylish comfort that's right for you.
Megan Stetson is a designer and vocalist who has sparked interest in the San Francisco/Bay Area fashion scene with her fingerless gloves, sleeves and cuffs. They have been featured several times in the Scene Selection of the San Francisco Bay Gaurdian and are currently available by special order through the designer. Please contact Megan below with any questions or to request a one-of-a-kind product just for you.
Stetson earned a Bachelor of Music in Classical Vocal Performance from Northwestern University and moved to the west coast in 2001 to further her artistic studies. In 2007 she completed her Master of Music at San Francisco State University and is currently pursuing her performance/teaching career in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information on Megan’s music career, visit www.meganstetson.com.
The need for just the right performance accessory led to the creation of the first pair of fingerless gloves. A popular response inspired Megan to create new and different variations on her original theme. Stetson’s line of wrist and arm wear is a throwback to the glamour of the 40s, yet rests comfortably with modern urban sensibilities.