Known for its exuberant hand-crafted fabric flowers and accessories, EmersonMade will launch its first apparel collection, GoldLine Clothing, on August 10.
The brand's darling range of accessories—and now clothing—reflects the personal style of the eponymous designer, Emerson, who runs the business with her husband, Ryan. The couple left NYC for a more rural setting a few years ago, where they cultivated and imbued the EmersonMade look with a pinch of hipster whimsy, casual quirk, and sweetness in nearly every detail.
The first shipment of dresses, separates and jackets in organic cotton, silk and tweeds (priced between $118-$450) is currently available for pre-order and will ship August 10, followed by a second, slightly higher-end lineup.
In addition to the new apparel, EmersonMade is gearing up to release a slew of new accessories and clutches with the introduction of leather to the mix; this fall the husband and wife duo will also debut a small line of wedding dresses.
We can't wait to see what will crop up next.