Spring preview: Wovenplay SS14 - Estella

Spring preview: Wovenplay SS14

March 12, 2014

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Wovenplay‘s imaginative designs and whimsical costumes are what young girls’ dreams are made of. Founded and designed by Katherine Shackelford Edmonds, the brand describes its pieces as “creative couture for the everyday artist and adventurer.” Seamlessly bridging the line between clothing and dress up, the items are all made using natural fabrics and the finishing details done by hand in NYC. Additionally, every collection is designed according to strict environmental and fair-trade guidelines, and the company supports the International Solar Energy Society every year. The results are stunning and sure to inspire creative expression, imaginative play, and an admiration for wearable art. Shop our current collection here!

Photos: Red Rabbit Photography.






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