Saturday, November 20, 2010

ERMIE Lookbook Preview

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All Photographs by Jeana Sohn

Model: Carlee Fernandez

Textile Designs © Jennifer Parry Dodge & Tomory Dodge 2010

In my post yesterday, I said that Jeana was professional to work with, fun, takes amazing photographs...add efficient to that list! Within a few hours of completing our shoot yesterday, she edited and sent me these images to post here to give you all a little peek of the ERMIE lookbook.

...add thoughtful to the list, too :)

Enjoy, and have a great weekend!

15 comments:

cheryl cambras said...

Congrats, J! Everything looks gorgeous.

CC Taylor said...

I can not wait to see the rest. The prints are beautiful!

jenny gordy said...

Awesome!!

Jennifer said...

So amazing, all of it!

Jennifer said...

Thanks so much!
I'm so happy you like it :)

modaspia said...

damn !! i think you're going to be famous actually. the first dress is so sweet, i love it. very nice preview of the shoot, looks like it came off effortlessly. and yes of course the shoes are a business expense, even if you continue wearing them :)
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P R I M O E Z A said...

your pieces look fantastic! very exciting to see.

popcornsnaps said...

everything looks so stunning + vibrant + YOU. so many congratulations!! can't wait to get my hands on that bokeh shirtdress. :)

Megan Taylor said...

Ooooh, I like the way everything is styled :)

Michelle said...

Love, love the marker print, soo pretty. You are very talented.

keepfeeling said...

they turned out beautiful! LOVE the styling.

dying to see the rest!

oami said...

Gorgeous! I LOVE the blouse & long skirt, and the off the shoulder dress...very sexy & earthy! I went on a tour of Spoonflower the other day, pretty interesting. The new silk is lovely.

Jennifer said...

Oami, thanks!!
The blouse unfortunately is not my design, but Built By Wendy (it was the 'model's own'). I'm experimenting with some styles similar to this for Spring however!
The tour sounds interesting- I like the silk as well, and also have been using it a lot for not only scarves for this collection, but for dresses and blouses for Spring!

oami said...

I saw a picture a couple of years ago of a woman in Spain wearing a long full skirt and an off the shoulder blouse. It was so stunning I have always remembered it, and that pic gave me the feeling of that style...so yes! get some blouses going for those skirts. The silk is great because you get more penetration of the dye too. They had a whole room full of these giant printers all printing away, each had it's own name written on tape. They have to keep a humidifier going constantly so the inkjets don't get clogged, so it was a bit like stepping back into summer.

ilana kohn said...

jennifer, you have absolutely positively outdone yourself! love love love it all so very very much!!