Psycho Bunny trunk show

These aren't your grandfather's socks and sweaters. Since founding Psycho Bunny in 2005, Robert Godley and Robert Goldman have attracted a worldwide following. Known for the use of color and funky designs, the garments are showstoppers. Sold at department stores such as Nordstrom, the line offers the perfect piece to complete a stylish look. Carolina Pihl, a representative for the brand, will attend a trunk show at J.S. Edwards to answer questions about the newest garments, including knits, sweaters, caps, shirts, scarves and socks.
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<i>Attend the Psycho Bunny trunk show 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 8 at J.S. Edwards Ltd., 1809 Reisterstown Road in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603120000" title="Pikesville" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/pikesville-PLGEO100100603120000.topic">Pikesville</a>. Call 410-653-2266. Or go to www.jsedwards.com.</i>

( Handout photo / November 28, 2011 )

These aren't your grandfather's socks and sweaters. Since founding Psycho Bunny in 2005, Robert Godley and Robert Goldman have attracted a worldwide following. Known for the use of color and funky designs, the garments are showstoppers. Sold at department stores such as Nordstrom, the line offers the perfect piece to complete a stylish look. Carolina Pihl, a representative for the brand, will attend a trunk show at J.S. Edwards to answer questions about the newest garments, including knits, sweaters, caps, shirts, scarves and socks.

Attend the Psycho Bunny trunk show 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 8 at J.S. Edwards Ltd., 1809 Reisterstown Road in Pikesville. Call 410-653-2266. Or go to www.jsedwards.com.

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