Thursday, October 22, 2009

The Last...

...of what I am designing for the ERMIE Fall/Winter 09-10 Collection.

Chocolate Brown Cotton-Linen Blend Dress with Constellation/Monster print in Silver & Black Ink. Seamed, slightly gathered waist. Side seam pockets with printed contrast lining. Printed contrast binding at the neckline & sleeves.

Next week I'll be knitting (I still have a Rust Slouch Cowl to finish), heat-setting, washing, mending, blocking, weaving in ends...whew...for the shop to open on Hallo

Outtakes above from my mini photo shoot. One of our trees helped me hold the camera. See more images here.


Claire said...

Oh I love this dress!... I can't wait for Halloween... Good luck for your shop!

janis said...

I love the slightly gathered empire waisteline - nice touch!

cheryl cambras said...

Your collection is gorgeous, Jennifer!

Beklina said...

I like the triangle print. Are you stamping your prints or screening them. Curious to know about your process...

Jennifer said...


The triangle print was actually screened using an old Gocco screen that is breaking down/ filling in.
So it looks like it was stamped!
All the other prints in the collection have been printed with traditional silkscreen.
Even when I was making prints waaay back in art school, I was never interested in making perfect editions. I love the irregularities that you can get c printmaking!

Beklina said...

I've always wanted to try the gocco kits.

Have a great weekend!

n a t s u m i said...

wooow, Lovely dress and great shots! I would like to make my own dress someday...

*gemmifer* said...

Your clothes and textile patterns are fantastic! I can't wait for your official launch! Congratulations on bringing your dreams into reality. You're quite inspiring.

(PS. I like the fringed booties you're wearing in some of the photos on Flickr... where are they from?)

Jennifer said...

Fringed Booties: From your favorite & mine- J.Crew!

I'm coming to NYC next Thursday. For Tomory's opening!
Email me- maybe we can meet up :)

Glad you liked John's Dandelion clock.
He is a sweetheart.
And so talented.
Hope you are well.