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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 (b. 1989, Seoul, Korea) is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Illustration. An artist and writer in NYC, she is a regular contributor to digital platforms such as Animal New York, Hopes&Fears, and Ratter.