Nothing beats a good shirt dress, and we love Study New York’s cotton indigo chambray version with its open back with button closure on the front and across the upper back.
Composed of 50% organic cotton / 50% hemp and made in New York City, it’s the perfect piece for this transitional season.
Available in-store now.
We came across this article on Style.com and can completely relate to “Art Teacher Chic.”
It describes our boutique esthetic to a “tee.”
Wife #2, Robin, the embodiment of Art Teacher Chic. From Woody Allen’s Annie Hall.
Check the Thompson Hotel blog for 18 Waits designer, Daniel Torjman, for his list of “Toronto musts” for Thompson Hotels.
According to Daniel, Fawn is a Toronto must and describes us as:
Fawn is a women’s clothing boutique, but it’s one of my favorite stores in Toronto. Kasha, who opened it about 6 years ago, comes from a styling background and has a killer eye and aesthetic. Her merchandising and selections are always an inspiration for me and it’s my go-to spot to send out-of-town guests when they’re looking to shop.
Thank-you Daniel for including us on your list. We’re in good company!
Check out the original blog entry here
A detacher shoes. Part of our summer sale.
Going, going, gone.
We love Study New York’s ikat print shirt dress which we couldn’t agree more represents what style.com dubs “Art-teacher chic”—loose tunics, big ceramic necklaces, modest shoes—which has become the go-to uniform for fashion-y women who are done with overdone.
New York-based clothing label Study, is an ethical contemporary womenswear brand produced in New York City using sustainable materials.
Study is an ethical contemporary womenswear label based in Brooklyn, NY. Study aims to make seasonless clothing locally and ethically without subscribing to the traditional fashion calendar. Their goal is to create the ideal wardrobe for their ideal individuals (you). Study believes the clothes we wear should be well-made using quality materials, and the hands that manipulate those materials should be respected and cared for.
Study’s 2.1 Ikat shirdress (pictured) is available in store now.
Photo credits: Markoo
Of course we’re fans of Markoo’s “Kasha” top.
We just realized that we wear more leather in summer than we do during the winter.
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.
Apiece Apart: Fall 2014 Video Fashion Week – Ready-to-Wear concept film shorts from Video Fashion Week.
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.
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.
We are in love with New York label Apiece Apart’s fall palette. Think rich bordeaux, french navy and classic black. Perfect for fall and the upcoming holidays.
Check out the collection in store now.