Tran Wills AKA The Fabric Lab, was raised in and around Denver. Born the daughter of a seamstress, she took to sewing and styling her own outfits at an early age. Tran continued fine-tuning her eye for fashion and design while developing an appetite for entrepreneurship, opening her first business shortly after turning 21, The Fabric Lab one of the first boutiques in Denver dedicated to only supporting local designers. The Fabric lab was featured in the New York Times Style Magazine, Elle Decor, recipient of both the 2007 Westword Mastermind award for fashion, the Mayors Design Award and most recently 303 Magazines Top 5 contributor's of Denver Fashion. She has also help create and produce some of the biggest fashion shows in Denver like Frock Out at The Denver Public Library and many known shows at The Denver Art Museum. In her free time, she is also a Fashion Stylist at 303 Magazine and works full-time as the Social Media Director & PR gal at Handbags.com. She currently resides in the RINO Art District with her husband Josh, graphic designer and four kids, they occupy a live/work warehouse space called Super Ordinary, which houses an art gallery and serves as the home base for her ongoing projects in fashion, art and design. This bio was written by her husband and he's pretty much the cats pajamas!