Chef Nicole Gossling has been cooking in Dallas' top restaurants since 2005.
In early 2016 she deconstructed her "one size fits all" apron and made it more comfortable and functional. Her new design gave the apron crossback tie straps to relieve the neck of extra weight. She separated the pockets and placed them lower on the thighs and added a pen and sharpie pocket at the top of the apron. After wearing this apron on the line for a week she had fellow chefs requesting and apron.
Word got around and the prestigious Joule Hotel approached Chef NIcole about being a guest chef and making 17 aprons for an all female chef dinner. After producing her first 17 aprons she kept receiving requests for aprons so she put in her 2 weeks notice and Gossling Aprons was born.