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ACE & JIG

THE STORY

The Brooklyn-based fashion brand Ace & Jig was started in 2009 by designers and textile lovers, Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson. Working closely with their partners in India, the duo seeks out to find authentic and conscious fabrics for their ready-to-wear collections, paying close attention to pattern and print. The chosen fabric is then woven on an ancient loom by skilled textile producers for a hand-spun, authentic finish. Whilst far-flung travels are the main source of inspiration behind Ace & Jig, the effortlessness of Vaughan and Wilson’s separates bring us back to earth with jumpsuits and dresses that are destined for the city just as much they are for the holiday wardrobe.

THIS SEASON

Tony Duquette, mid-century decorator and designer was a reference to Ace & Jig’s SS17 vision, with their perennial textile pieces still bringing an ethical splendour to audiences far and wide. The well-loved indie label fabricated a collection of kimonos, cropped trousers and the sweetest blouses, designed to be multi-layered over the easy pinafore dresses and jumpsuits on display. One day jumpsuit was emblazoned with logo patchwork lettering and the US flag, perhaps as a subtle nod to the brand’s New York beginnings whilst another seemed reminiscent of cotton striped pyjamas, but a piece we would still pack for holiday with a favourite leather sandal. Now let’s talk about those fabrics; in addition to the traditional hand-woven cottons, this season also saw shots of Lurex, development with a brocade-like gauze and crocheting by fiber artist London Kaye.


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ACE & JIG

THE STORY

The Brooklyn-based fashion brand Ace & Jig was started in 2009 by designers and textile lovers, Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson. Working closely with their partners in India, the duo seeks out to find authentic and conscious fabrics for their ready-to-wear collections, paying close attention to pattern and print. The chosen fabric is then woven on an ancient loom by skilled textile producers for a hand-spun, authentic finish. Whilst far-flung travels are the main source of inspiration behind Ace & Jig, the effortlessness of Vaughan and Wilson’s separates bring us back to earth with jumpsuits and dresses that are destined for the city just as much they are for the holiday wardrobe.

THIS SEASON

Tony Duquette, mid-century decorator and designer was a reference to Ace & Jig’s SS17 vision, with their perennial textile pieces still bringing an ethical splendour to audiences far and wide. The well-loved indie label fabricated a collection of kimonos, cropped trousers and the sweetest blouses, designed to be multi-layered over the easy pinafore dresses and jumpsuits on display. One day jumpsuit was emblazoned with logo patchwork lettering and the US flag, perhaps as a subtle nod to the brand’s New York beginnings whilst another seemed reminiscent of cotton striped pyjamas, but a piece we would still pack for holiday with a favourite leather sandal. Now let’s talk about those fabrics; in addition to the traditional hand-woven cottons, this season also saw shots of Lurex, development with a brocade-like gauze and crocheting by fiber artist London Kaye.