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Sun-Soaked and Hazy: Ace & Jig’s Stunning New Spring 2016 Fashion Film

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Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson of Ace & Jig have done it again! This time around, the duo collaborated with Wolfgang Laib, a German conceptual artist known for his work with perishable organic materials such as pollen, milk, and wool.


The result is a beautiful collection of geometrically patterned textiles reminiscent of Leib’s sculptural work. And as always, Ace & Jig’s dedication to traditional design is apparent in their loom-woven cotton fabrics – a welcome contrast to fast-fashion’s automated process.

Directed by Carissa and Andrew Gallo and set to singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten’s seductive “I Wish I Knew,” Ace & Jig’s Spring 2016 fashion film is dreamy and full of warmth. Check out the video and the Gallo’s sun-tinged still shots above and below.


Though Eco Chickies will have to wait to shop the new collection, there are still a lot of effortlessly sustainable looks to go around.

The F/W Ace & Jig outfits below are a perfect way to get cozy this holiday season…..


The Ace & Jig Storm Overcoat in Fable just looks like the perfect piece to layer over—and under, depending on the severity of the weather….


The Ace & Jig Party Frock in Patina says ‘smart-girl fiestawear’ to us!


This Ace & Jig Luna Blouse (and accompanying skirt) in Natural Geo is too gorgeous to only wear at home, though it just seems like the perfect hostess ensemble, no?

Soyo Hong is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. An artist and writer in NYC, she is a regular contributor to digital platforms such as Animal New York, Hopes&Fears, and Ratter.