An effortless, minimal tee dress engineered to be a true workhorse in your wardrobe. The Georgia is one of the first styles I designed, and the pattern was drafted with universal fit in mind. The shoulder seam and sleeve without an armscye look intentional on all shoulder breadths, the substantial cuff wings out and draws clean lines on any arm, and the elegant midi length is never out of place.
This is the midi version of our Georgia Tee, which was influenced by effortless caftans from the '60s and '70s but with less material and more practicality in mind. I also drew on neat, crisp blouses from the '40s when women started wearing separates to work. Architectural drama and movement paired with structure and simplicity. A dress that can go anywhere and do just about anything.
It hits mid-calf, and the hem is slightly longer in the back than in the front. This dress is meant for road trips along the coast, layered over flowing trousers for balmy evening dining all'aperto, and paired with bare feet for lazy afternoons indoors with a good book.
Our favorite, essential tee. The Georgia is one of the first styles I designed, and the pattern was drafted with universal fit in mind. The shoulder seam and sleeve without an armscye look intentional on all shoulder breadths, the substantial cuff wings out and draws clean lines on any arm, and the cropped length follows the rule of thirds creating proportions that work on almost every body.
I was thinking about effortless caftans from the '60s and '70s crossed with the neat, crisp blouses from the '40s when women started wearing separates to work. The architectural drama and movement of a draped oversized top, paired with the structure and simplicity of a cropped blouse - the Georgia Tee.
Its boxy silhouette has a modern, utilitarian feeling while still remaining soft and fluid. The simple, slightly cropped, easy cut can be paired with just about anything. Plus, it looks great half tucked.
The Linn Tee is one of our simplest pieces, and sometimes, simple is best. The structural cut allows the fabric to do the heavy lifting, and the beautiful folds and trapeze swing look right at home with pin-straight pants at a gallery opening or over a gauzy dress on a sticky weekend afternoon. The Linn is a style that keeps on surprising—catching different views of it in the mirror, trying it with different outfits, it will continue to strike you in new ways. It's got major drama without being overbearing.
One of the first five styles I designed in 2013. An artfully engineered top built for versatility and adaptability. This blouse can be worn with the knot in the front or the back for a myriad of different looks: a low V-neck front or full coverage in the front and a low V open back. Tie it in a loose, relaxed knot or in a waist-cinching, pin-up silhouette. Candlelight bouncing off your collarbone at a midnight cafe, warm sunlight stinging your back on a lap around the farmers market—the feeling of intentionally exposed skin makes you all the more aware of each moment.
It pairs well with all of our high-waisted bottoms and also layers well over silk dresses. Its coverage of the shoulders and arms balances out the deep v. The plunging neckline adds tasteful drama to an all black elegant evening look and a bit of energy to a monochromatic, bright weekend ensemble. In Silk Crepe, this piece has so much elegance and drama, it's magnetic.