i collaborated on a project recently that was such a treat, a pleasure to do… i created a textile pattern for more & co‘s next curated pop-up: wild, natural, free. the fabric was printed in san francisco, and i happened to be there when the sample print was ready so i could to approve it (and snap some photos). the pop-up theme is inspired by the dreamy summer season in maine, and maria gave me imagery she liked to steer me in the direction she envisioned. i love working this way, and we sent ideas back and forth before i started making a pattern inspired by wildflowers and open air. the print has a very large repeat and a lot of empty space–– so each smock top is slightly different, depending on where the pattern falls. the fabric has been made into tops, totes, and zipper pouches. i’m headed to portland, ME tonight for the opening tomorrow evening. the goods will be available online soon– monday, i think!

top photo by more & co




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