Frances May x Church & State

Frances May was one of the first independent shops i discovered online, many many years ago now, whose inventory and general vibe i really fell in love with. which is thrilling to me because they are now a proud sponsor of the blog (yay!) they just recently relaunched their website – showcasing big beautiful images and wonderful lookbooks – as well as their usual collection of amazing clothes for men and women.

they have also just launched their first in-house collection, a collaboration with Portland designers Church & State.

Rachel Turk & Nathaniel Crissman of Church & State and Pamela Baker-Miller of Frances May put their heads together to re-interpret favorite Church & State silhouettes with a Frances May twist. The dresses (each named after their grandmothers) are a curation of dark florals, thoughtful design and even a reversible dress.

the lookbook was shot by Caesy Oney. you can shop the entire collection here. if you had to tell me tomorrow that i could only wear pieces from Frances May for the rest of my life, i would be totally okay with that.

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you can shop the collection here. here are some of my favourite pieces below…

Frances May x Church & State

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3 Responses to Frances May x Church & State

  1. girl in oslo Thursday 10 April, 2014 at 6:12 pm #

    Gorgeous photos :)

  2. maggie Thursday 10 April, 2014 at 7:14 pm #

    This lookbook is incredible – I love all of the texture. Going to window shop on France May’s website now and hopefully actually shop once I get my next paycheck.

  3. charlotte | the vintage vogue Friday 11 April, 2014 at 2:55 pm #

    the lookbook – wow. you know a lookbook is really successful when you wish you could step into the pages and live in that world

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