Spring—Summer Brand Preview

Spring—Summer Brand Preview

There is a strong sense of anticipation in the shop as we wait for new arrivals. Spring/Summer 2020 shipments will include 6 new brands, handpicked by founder and creative director Ashley Peeples. In addition to more matching sets, you can foresee luxurious silk basics, handcrafted accessories, and subtle textures within this upcoming collection. Here's a sneak peak into these unique, thoughtful, and sustainability minded brands.


Boyish Jeans is a collection of sustainable women's denim- each designed in Los Angeles with a focus on vintage silhouettes updated with a modern fit- all available at an attainable price point. High quality, flattering fits, and authentic washes create styles reminiscent of your favorite pair of vintage jeans with a renewed, fresh design and feminine feel. Boyish utilizes ethical, cruelty-free, and sustainable development and manufacturing practices- thus utilizing 1/3 of the amount of water typically needed to produce a pair of jeans. A brand that feels good to buy and even better to wear; The only impact Boyish leaves on the planet is good jeans.

Silk Laundry was founded in 2015 in order to meet the demands of the Australian designers own wardrobe. The brand focuses on sustainability and encourages consumers to buy better pieces that will stand the test of time. Collections are made up of thoughtful and simple silk essentials which bring a new perspective of effortless luxury, relentless quality, and timeless style. Created by women for women, the garments are designed to make you feel great, regardless of body shape. Silk Laundry creates socially-responsible garments that you can feel good about wearing on the inside and out. 


Hunza G is a London-made clothing label. Originally born as Hunza in 1984 under the direction of Peter Meadows, the label enjoyed huge success with its signature, unique crinkle-stretch fabric. The Hunza dress became an iconic 80s piece, with Julia Roberts wearing it in Pretty Woman. 30 years on, creative director Georgiana Huddart has collaborated with Peter to re-launch the brand has Hunza G with cult-favorite pieces that offer comfortability, versatility and longevity. All the pieces are still made in London, consistent with the Brand’s British roots.


St. Agni is a luxury lifestyle brand built from humble beginnings. Founded in 2014 by Lara and Matt Fells, the brand operates a team of highly skilled artisans out of the coastal town of Byron Bay, Australia. The Label was created with a vision to create functional, refined, quality pieces that couldn’t seem to be found elsewhere. St. Agni lives by their "Less is more" philosophy and practices this across all aspects of their business in an effort to avoid excess of any kind. 


Mara Hoffman presents her collections with a devotion to color, each inspired by and in celebration of women. After graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City, she founded her label in 2000. In an effort to foster mindful consumption habits, the brand maintains an open conversation about its approach and encourages consumers to reevaluate the relationship society has with clothing. The company continues to focus on sustainable materials, processes, and production in order to improve and extend each garment’s life.


Bembien is a line of accessories handmade by artisans around the world. After six years at Vogue, founder Yi-Mei Truxes was inspired to create a line of bags that evoked an effortless nostalgia and perennial style similar to that of 1970s coastal France. She eventually found inspiration and community in a small village of artisan weavers in Bali. And thus, Bembien was born. At the forefront of the brand is the support of these precious weaving communities. It is their goal to help bring the craft into a wider market on the other side of the globe.

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Xx, Team BEIGE

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