About Robin

Robin Sweet

Robin has been an artist since birth. She attended art school at the age of eight on a full scholarship which was won with a drawing submission. She sold her first piece of art at age ten. At sixteen, she was accepted to the University of Arizona as a Clothing construction and Textile Science major. In college, Robin did window displays for a clothing store called "Fashion Gal". Self taught, she demonstrated a flair for window dressing, she was initially assigned to do one window display, within thirty days she was given total creative direction for all stores in the chain. Upon graduation, Robin accepted a job with Sears in the visual merchandising department. Robin traveled the country opening new stores for both Sears Department, and Sears Home life Furniture stores.

After several years, Robin left Sears and joined Lane Bryant as the Regional Presentation Coordinator. Her responsibilities included merchandising 90 stores in the Pacific Northwest. She traveled the US opening new stores, testing products in new markets, and training hundreds of people to successfully merchandize and display clothing in their stores.

Robin left the retail world to pursue a career in the film industry. She worked as Art Director for several independent films such as "Rio Muerto". She also provided set decoration for the BBC's production of "Days that Shook the World - OK Corral". From 1993 to 2003 Robin has meticulously restored three historic properties which can be seen in films today.

Robin has produced elaborated costume designs for several theatrical productions. Her credits include "The Full Monty", and "Bark" the musical.

Through this website, Robin hopes to share her talents with everyone. Whether it's a Victorian whimsy from her shop, or styling on a new film or theater production, she hopes that her creations will inspire you.

From my heart to yours, enjoy.