And even more SNEAK PEEKS of Downtown Joey











Does my buddy Carrie take an awesome photo or what?!

So I guess now I can show you the flat sketches:



djShirt #33002–01

Lots more snap shirts, knit shirts, pants and board shorts to come…stay tuned!

With friendship,






  1. Lisa,
    I love your line and wish you all the best in getting it into many boutique shops! You certainly have a flair that is a true gift, and I can’t wait to see your success!

    With Regards,
    Pam McKinnis
    PammyJ Fashions

  2. Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow wowee wow wow wow!

  3. lOVE IT!

  4. Holey Cazoely – I LOVE LOVE LOVE that!

  5. WOWZA! That is such great design work…LOVE it!!! Tthose pictures are perfect… AND, the model couldn’t be any cuter!!!

    You are off to a GREAT start!!!!!

  6. Awww…thanks girls!!! I certainly needed that confidence boost as I’m so nervious (and excited) about the upcoming ENK Children’s Club tradeshow.

    Wish me luck!

    With friendship,

  7. Good luck, good luck, good luck! I love your designs!! And I have grandsons…… 😉 I can’t wait to see these clothes in stores all over the place and when I purchase things for my grandsons, I’ll be so proud that I know the designer. You are one talented woman! 🙂

    I’m also happy to hear that progress is being made on finding a kidney for your beautiful daughter. Good things are going to happen to you; I can just feel it.

  8. Awesome pictures (Carrie rocks!) and amazing designs. I LOVE them!! It’s been wonderful to read of your journeys and I hope/pray that all goes your way.

    My very best wishes to you and your family!!

    ~Cristy 🙂

  9. There is NOTHING stylish out there for boys. Until now. I just realized I have a step grandson and a cousin who need Downtown Joey this Christmas!! You will have to tell us who’ll be carrying them once the orders start coming in!

  10. These are SO cute. I love the photography , the outfit, the flat sketches, and the model too. Great job Lisa!

  11. Hi Lisa
    Keeping my fingers crossed for the match between your daughter and sister.

    I love the colours you have chosen to put together, the black, blue and white, alittle bit boy, a little bit can get dirty, a little bit can be rough and tumble….
    AND…I LOVE THE DETAIL! When my boy (now 27) was little I sewed exactly that for him….with 2 older sisters I made all the pretty things for them, the only way to ‘dress up’ the clothing I made for him, was with colour and top stitching detailing! I just love your colour combination!
    Tell Carrie she did an awesome JOB!
    Sounds like things are falling into place for your daughter and for you and for Down Town Joey!

    Wishing you Luck!

  12. Lisa – SO CUTE!! I have one guy who I know would look awesome in this line – can’t wait till it is available!!! Also, reading back through your posts I see that you are also a parent to a CHOP kid. I will pray for your daughter and your family. We travel to CHOP frequently – maybe one day our paths will cross. Good Luck to you in ALL areas!!

  13. Lisa, I am SO happy to hear that things are coming together. The pics rock, the clothes are incredible, and best of all – some great progress for Marielle regarding a potential donor!!! All wonderful things.

  14. made me smile. Carrie’s work is totally awesome and rocking! Love everything! Love the line, love the colors.

    Best of luck Lisa!!!!! Sending prayers/hugs for Marielle and your sister too!!!!


  15. Such coooooool clothing!

  16. wow!! I love this line!! I adore your attention to detail, especially the key chains on the pants!! Best of luck to you and yours!!

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