Poetry you can wear. Light up your heart -- and your wardrobe.
A riotous, painterly celebration of art and the natural world, the Artist Pant is at once romantic, ethereal, and oh-so cool. The exquisite -- yet cozy -- Artist Pant is made from a natural blend of linen and bamboo/wood viscose, and features a drawstring front, elastic waist back panel, pockets, cropped length, and a flattering lantern hem design. The custom-woven fabric is easy-to-care for and deliciously comfy!
They are one-size, and will fit approximately sizes 4/6 through 12/14. Approximate measurements: length 34", waist (w/ drawstring stretched) 41" around, waist (w/ drawstring unstretched) 32", hips 46". Fabric: Linen & Bamboo/Wood Viscose. Ethically sourced.
Care Instructions: Hand wash.
I DREAM IN FLOWERS
Inspired by the romance of European flower markets, we created this print using a masterful oil painting from the early 1600's by artist Jan Brueghel, and an ink drawing of bumblebees we found in a Victorian encyclopedia. Dress them up with a silk tank & blazer, or down with a cropped sweater and sneakers— either way, expect compliments!
LOVE GROWS WILD
An enchanted garden of earthly delights! Our lush botanical print comes from the 12 Months of Flowers, a series of beautiful hand-colored etchings from the 1700's that capture the exuberance of the garden. The charming bumblebee trim comes from a museum seed catalogue from the 1800's. We are so excited to wear this print! It’s such a joyful and abundant design that goes with almost every color. Sometimes more is more — more flowers, more love, more everything!
Folklore is our fairytale celebration of the Arts & Crafts movement. The printed Bird of Peace comes from an original hand stitched work by fibre artist, Kim Donohoe, who used single-ply thread to capture every detail of plumage. The background panels come from unfinished works created in 1885 by British artist, William Morris, whose original pencil sketch lines can be seen where the designs remain incomplete. We left these in intentionally, to celebrate the profound beauty of the artistic process!