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Apiece Apart: Fall 14 Preview

We just got back from NYC, buying collections for Fall 2014. Spring hasn’t shown itself yet and with fashion working a season ahead, we’re already thinking fall fashion. Take a look at what’s to come from this short concept film from New York’s Apiece Apart.

From Style.com
Apiece Apart: Fall 2014 Video Fashion Week – Ready-to-Wear concept film shorts from Video Fashion Week.

Fawn Loves Boessert/Schorn.

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Boessert/Schorn represents extraordinary items, combining materials with characteristic surfaces and structures especially knitwear in all its variations. Boessert/Schorn enlists special handcraft methods, knit techniques or dyeings, basically inspired by old things, craft and traditional costumes.

If you’re looking for a stand out piece, this is the line to look out for.

Boessert/Schorn’s SS14 collection now in store.

Spotted on Garance Dore: Dani Griffiths, designer of the brand Clyde

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From Garance Dore.

The Place: Avant Garde Diaries, NYC

The Girl: Dani Griffiths, designer of the brand Clyde.

The Style: What I like is the idea of wearing a light dress in any season, just adapting the layering so it stays cozy. Chic and easy.

Coat, Apiece Apart, Hat, Clyde.

We spotted Dani Griffiths, designer of Clyde, on Garance Dore. Check back soon as Fawn will be carrying Clyde hats. Hat season (other than toques) is upon us!

If you love Dani’s dress, be sure to check out our selection of shirt dresses.

Fawn’s Cozy Fall Favourites

These are a few of our current fave cozy pieces which will help make dealing with the downward shift in temperature a lot more stylish (featured clockwise from L – R):

Uzi New York poncho | Apiece Apart Vest |
Dylanium hand knit scarf | Hope Parka

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Fawn LOVES Uzi.

 

 

Uzi NYC has just arrived at Fawn! We are loving this collection for summer. Lightweight oversized cotton pieces which are hand printed.
The collection was founded in 1993 by David Ball and Mari Gustafson, Denver. Uzi is currently Brooklyn-based, and specializes in hand-printed graphics. which are inspired by the concept of the Neo Native American.

We’re All for the Mountain!

Hailing from New York City, All for the Mountain is all about fantasy-inspired pieces. Each piece is created by artist/sculptor/musician Carly Margolis, (formerly of Cavern Wallpaper fame). Margolis hand-carves each adornment in wax and casts them in silver, bronze, and other precious metals.

Our fingers are currently adorned with the drip crown and silica rings. We’ve been wearing them in multiples!

Accessorizing with Bliss Lau.

Accessories just got more fun with Bliss Lau.

Invariably seeking to blur the lines between the garment and accessory, Bliss Lau represents the juxtaposition of culture, design and aesthetic; half Chinese and half American, Bliss was raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and educated in New York City. Bliss launched her handbag collection immediately after completing a degree in apparel design from Parsons School of Design and finally four years later transitioned the collection into the markedly distinct body-jewelry of today.

By virtue of her approach to design and accessories without boundaries, jewelry has become a new medium to Bliss: a method to reshape and enhance the most beautiful and forgotten parts of the body. All of the jewelry is created and designed three-dimensionally using traditional garment draping techniques. Each season, Bliss focuses on a new part of the body to enhance and decorate. The jewelry draws inspiration from history, the study of Hawaiian culture, as well as New York’s architecture such as the Brooklyn Bridge and Chrysler building.

As seen in Dossier, we just unpacked these featured pieces.