In the 1980's, Cynthia Berman, the founder and designer of D-Lux 57, moved to Los Angeles and entered the apparel industry ... a
lifelong dream. Having grown up in rural Canada , it was a big challenge, but she worked hard and found success in the crazy
world of women's fashion. Today she has a line of fashion T-shirts called Marabou, www.MarabouUSA.com, and lives in a lovely
beach community in Southern California with her loving husband and their two wonderful kids.
The inspiration for D-Lux 57 and its line of stylish aprons came simply, as inspirations often do. One night while cooking together, Cynthia's daughter appeared
in an apron bought for her many years earlier at Harrods while Cynthia was researching trends in London, England. The apron had
long since been outgrown.
Memories came flooding back and Cynthia vividly recalled baking bread with her aunt and the colorful quilts so artfully created
by her grandmother. This connection with simpler times has never wavered and to this day, she loves to cook and spends every night
with one of her grandmother's quilts tucked cozily on her bed. That's when she decided to create this line of aprons designed to
touch the lives of people in a nostalgic way.
Made right here in the USA ... with a lot of love. Each fashion apron comes in a keepsake fabric envelope to preserve your new memories — and
to provide a unique way to share them. Hopefully they can become "comfort food" for you too.