Beautiful Wears S/S 2018

Print Tube Dress // Stripes One Dress
Fluorescent Over Dress // Fluorescent Flounce Blazer

 

Ballet Suede // Semi Cordovan Mule
Semi Cordovan Runner // Hand Molded Leather Sandal

 

Multicolor Leather Tote // Leather Buckle Clutch
Leather Crossbody Box Bag // Medium Crossbody Zip Bag

 

The Nicks Dress // The Piper Dress
The Quinn Dress // The Theo Dress

 

Joni Dress // Kate Jumpsuit
Ella Top // Trumpet Pant

 

Cream Utility Short // Sun Fade Wash Palma Jumpsuit
Moss Loop Dress // Cream Lune Sweater

 

Venetian Backless Velvet Slipper Shoes
Venetian Velvet Slipper Shoes

 

Lucia Blouse // Lina Jumpsuit
Claudine Jacket // Sophie Top

 

Whitney Dress // Lily Blouse
Olive Dress // Thea Blouse

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Gleamer

 

Katie Ford‘s Gleamer takes the premise of her mixed media works which focus on place and utility and translates it to wearables. The project grows out of her desire to work towards a zero-waste studio practice and an interest in how mended and handmade garments infuse artful care into daily life. Ford uses quality vintage garments, remnants from studio work, and plant-dyed textiles to create her original one-of-a-kind fabric compositions.

 

 

 

 

 

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Caroline Kaufman

 

When you grow up in West Virginia, a quilting and crafting hotspot, you quickly realize that clothing is a wearable canvas. Caroline Kaufman‘s tactile treasures are based on found beauty and the quirkiness of small treasures, her garments are known for their experimental textiles, hand painted prints, use of color, and all around playfulness. So much personality!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lizzie Fortunato Jewelry

 

Lizzie Fortunato‘s Spring/Summer ’18 collection is inspired by a summer of love and full of the prettiest golden tones and statement pieces (naturally). It’s a smorgasbord of organic shapes, a 1960s vibe, and fringe – you can also get a peek of FW18 and pre-order!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marion Vidal Jewelry

 

Marion Vidal started her jewelry line back in 2004, creating a dialogue between color, material, and shape within every piece. Her geometric creations play with several contrasts – rigidity vs. flexibility, strength vs. fragility, balance vs. break, and gross vs. refined – and I’m especially drawn to Marion’s necklaces.

 

 

 

 

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Kilometre Paris

 

Kilometre takes extremely vintage shirts and uses them as a canvas to express a love of travel. Hand embroidery reveals elusive locales that may or may not be the hotspots of tomorrow through maps, sketches, and coordinates. All of Kilometre’s garments come with a passport matching the destination of the product with a booklet about the brand and its history.

 

 

 

 

 

 

via Miss Moss

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