the inspiration + the life behind it...

I love colorful and happy things. Things you wouldn’t expect to go together. Things that don’t match, mixing the old with new. I love the texture of old fabrics, and am particularly drawn to random things like nubs on an old worn out dish cloth.

 I love rummaging through bins of junk to find a treasure amongst it all. Taking things that are seemingly trash to others and breathing in new life to it, to make it special and unforgettable again. When I design an article of clothing, I paint a visual picture of a moment and a person in that moment.. I think all things tell a story and all of my designs invite a playfulness, a sense of lifestyle that go with them. I believe those things transfer to the person whom it was made for.  I embrace the beauty of imperfections and am attracted to things that are real and raw. The clothing I make is inspired by the girl who lives life without the worry of spilling a bit of coffee on her shirt..

Aside from PPP, I am a blessed Mama of three glorious beings that set my soul on fire. My husband and my kiddos are my continuous source of inspiration and also my grounding board.  They remind me to chase my dreams wildly, but strive for the balance that keeps my heart present. As they say the days are long and the years are short. I feel the constant sense of urgency as each day passes to look at them, deeply. Soak them in. Make each day a memory. Even when we fail to get there, to constantly be inspired to make the next day better. Currently we live on a chunk of land, doing a Texas thing. We have a pony, three dogs, chickens, hamsters and fish… and we homeschool.  It's never quiet or dull. Its busy, but so FULL. I have been working this thing called PPP, for over 13 years now…. as the world of fashion has gone through several trends and spit them back out again, PPP is timeless. Not because I'm some sort of brilliant designer…. but because PPP embodies real people. Life. Thank you for being here. This dream job of mine is a vehicle that has allowed me to stay home with my kiddos.. which is priceless. So thank you really isn’t enough...

XOXO Shauna Hursh