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Farm to Label

Growers Get Gussied Up By Local Boutiques


Last Updated: 03/29/2016 2:56 pm

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  • Rachel Brenneke

KayCee Wimbish is a farmer, a teacher, and a community builder. She lives and works in midtown Kingston, running the Kingston YMCA Farm Project. Between the railroad tracks and the YMCA, she grows food for the surrounding community and provides hands-in-the-dirt education to kids and youth.

Clothes: Haldora, Rhinebeck: Lightweight bleached cotton denim duster ($268); high-waisted pant ($212); linen fitted tank top ($198); bleached denim throw ($198)

Hair and make-up: Kara Eletto


Haldora, named after the owner and designer herself, has been designing quality clothing and textiles for over 20 years. The designs, which are individually sewn, with many one-of-a-kind garments, have an ageless, classic appeal and are exclusively sold at their Rhinebeck location. In conjunction with the shops handmade clothing they also carry products from Hanro of Switzerland, Fabrizio Gianni, and quality brand knitwear.

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