UNIFORM | Taylor Stitch


Recently the San Francisco-based, American-made clothing label Taylor Stitch expanded their collection to include a women's line. They hired Kate Jones to design the line, who incidentally was one of Tomboy Style's early Q&A's, who first delivered a lauded collection of indigo basics (masterfully modeled by Bekah of A Well Traveled Woman, also an early TbS Q&A!). Since then, Jones has gone beyond those perfect cotton tees, tanks, and sweatshirts to include soft denim shirting and a utilitarian denim jacket. Her inspiration ranges from 1950s vacations to Key West to Martha Gelhorn reporting on the front lines of WWII—which I guess means if these shirts were a meal they'd be a slice of Key Lime Pie with a shot of whisky on the side. My kind of shirt.

2 comments:

Tradlands SF said...

I love how Kate Jones' designs - whether jewelry or clothing - have an effortlessness to them. Classic and of the moment. Casual yet elegant and sophisticated. I so admire her work.

I've been living in my sea washed indigo sweatshirt ... and I need to get my hands on that project jacket for Spring.

elliottwithlove said...

YES. I love the collection. :D