Here I am packing yet again. It seems I do quite a bit of packing, unpacking, repacking for the next show, or for the next trip. Traveling for Kiss of the Wolf means inventorying and packing huge cases and duffel bags of clothing. When I pack for myself, I like to travel light. I can put everything I need in one small, easily managed carry-on bag.Read More
Kiss of the Wolf was born in 1974, in the kitchen of Lori and Marshall Bacigalupi’s rural home. It was a few years after these two travelers met, fell in love and began their lives together. In 1976 they named it Kiss of the Wolf, a loose translation of Bacigalupi.Read More
All Kiss of the Wolf is hand-painted and hand-finished using the finest material and resulting in the highest quality. They are made to travel the world and designed for timelessness.
With proper care, these garments will last for many years to come. These instructions will hep you protect your investment.Read More