Modular Collection AW17

A focus on sensory experiences as well as wellness and feelings of home drive the Modular collection.  Eclectic themes, nods from the 1970s design world, and the fuse of technology into everyday apparel and interiors drive this trend.  Color has an unmistakable retro quality.  A balance of midtones with key tones like saturated red and […]

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Biophilia Collection AW17

Our Biophilia collection is the reaction to our screen-dominated world. As we become further inundated with technology, our desire for a connection with nature grows. Design will be homegrown rather than manufactured. Farm-to-table principles will venture further than the table as locally sourced materials for apparel, home, and other product categories become more important. Color […]

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Amorphous Collection AW17

Amorphous is the first of four collections we are developing for Autumn/Winter 2017.  This collection centers on sophisticated sustainability, the blending of mixed materials, and the convergence of technology with hand-craft.  Made-to-order, print on demand products will reign.  Color has a chalky, out-of-focus element.  Dusty blue and hazy pink are important shades while industrial greys […]

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Baxter Mill Archives Featured in 139 Main Apartments in Rock Hill, SC

Revitalization in downtown Rock Hill, SC has been an ongoing project over the past several years. Maintaining the historic charm and southern culture while creating a desirable community to live, work, and play have been the goals of community leaders from the start. One such project is the 139 Main apartments located where the old […]

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Princess Grace of Monaco Collaboration with Springs

After ending her career as an actress and becoming Princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly developed a new hobby: flower pressing. In 1965 she began arranging dried flowers on canvas as a form of artistic expression. At the urging of friends, Princess Grace showcased her work at the Galarie Drouant in Paris in 1977, which garnered […]

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