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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Emerson Fry's new spring collection

Emerson Fry (formerly known as EmersonMade) is the fantastic fashion line based in New York City. They just launched their spring/summer collection, and it's gorgeous. Emerson's clothes are the type of breezy, chic clothes I always dreamed I'd wear when I grew up. Oh that orange dress! Be still my heart. Check it all out here. xoxo

95 comments:

.TINACIOUS ME said...

great collection! love the bold colors and the fabulous fitting that shows off the feminine physique!
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Jane's Next Door said...

wow.

melanie molloy said...

Love the pink and white pinstripe skirt-exceptionally cute! Beautiful collection-longing for summer at the sight of it!

Joanna Goddard said...

yes, sooooooo gorgeous & bright! suddenly want to go on a beachy vacation and wear them all :)

Briana said...

I love EmersonMade so much... wasn't aware she changed the name! Gorgeous collection. Makes me even more excited for the upcoming warm months (and fitting into normal non-maternity clothes... I'm due TOMORROW!).

Trina said...

Ooo, I like the shift, second from top, and its subtle fit.

reckless daughter said...

love this!

Lemanie said...

I wish I could own that pink blazer!!! It's so pretty!!

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maddy said...

i smell a giveaway!

or maybe i just hope

Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe said...

Emerson Fry makes such beautiful clothing. I want it all!

Beth from Tres Bien Ensemble said...

I love Emerson Fry and constantly look to their site and blog for casual but chic inspiration. Now I just have to decide what to snag from their new collection!

kati said...

butterfly caftan give-away please, hint hint :)

auste said...

*swoon*

K said...

I KNOW. I love it. I am crossing my fingers she does another giveaway soon, or I might just have to suck it up and actually BUY something.

I love everything in the new collection.

AVY said...

These are all very cute, makes me want spring even more.


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Sarah O'Brien said...

beautiful collection.

Diana Mieczan said...

Oh boy, the whole collection is swoon-worthy!!! I'm totally smitten with that last dress. Must have for sure. Kisses

JM said...

AH! That pink dress in the last photo! I love it!

Amy - Bead Bash said...

I just checked their website and they ship internationally - now to start saving!

alissa b said...

my two favorites have to be the pink blazer and the orange & white dress!

such simple, beautiful pieces!

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Jo said...

These clothes are so pretty! I love the last dress!

Sarah Carlson said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love how easy and chic all their pieces are. Lovely!

Angela said...

thanks to your link, I just noticed those awesome grey jeans you have are on sale! but they don't have my size...are they extremely stretchy? do you think a size up would be ok? I would love to know what you think!

Nicole Crocker said...

sooo pretty! i just ordered the Paulo Loafers and am so excited about them i can't focus at work!

Gosia Myƛlicka said...

so simple, so nice

Carris said...

Oh my goodness!! This collection is AMAZING! <3 Thanks for sharing!

Joanna Goddard said...

angela, i think a size up would be ok, actually -- they are a pretty slim fit, so a size up would still be slim. good luck! xoxo ps. i LOVE those jeans:)

Caroline said...

Lovely lovely dress. Swoon.

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Nicole said...

Oh how I wish I wasn't poor! I am putting just about everything from the spring collection on my WISH list!! Especially the braid trim mod, strapless LBD, and the U dress - simply beautiful

Votre Amie said...

WOW! I love every piece featured!! especially that orange dress and the pink blazer!!

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Anonymous said...

Cute clothes, but could that model be any skinnier? I'm getting sick of this look, not to mention that I believe it is super irresponsible to promote body image and beauty that is one of an unhealthy weight. I know people have been saying this for the last 20 years (Glamour mag being one of the pioneers), but I am going to keep saying it until it changes.

Holly said...

why did she change the name?

Ashleigh said...

I am soooo excited about this! I have been waiting for the spring line to launch!

Wendy said...

Simple and feminine. Love it!

Alice said...

Looks very 60s French summer!

Sarah Rall said...

That pink skirt is so cute, I love these clothes but they're so pricey!
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johan smith said...

very nice and beautiful picture, very cool

Wendy said...

PS- That Raglan T is most awesome. I've always liked that look, happy to see it making a glamourous come back.

Cassandra Marie said...

Oh wow! I'm in love with that Blazer Trench in the navy pinstripes!

Christi said...

I don't think the model is skinny - I was just admiring her buff arms and legs.

She's very fit and just as beautiful as the clothes! Emerson's collections are always gorgeous.

Nikki said...

So fabulous that I'm ordering some from Australia. P.s. I LOVE your blog. Fantastic. Thanks for the great content.

Grace said...

Hi Jo - your new transparency of sponsorship is awesome! Love, love, love EmersonMade.

Constance said...

I love emerson fry! I do miss her modeling but her style is great.

Pearl Bhasin said...

Gorgeous clothes! And isn't the model so Carla Bruni? :)

Lindsey said...

Great collection! I love everything!
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Heather said...

Am I the only one who is confused by the new site layout? I can't figure out how to browse it...

craftysunday said...

Lovely clothing and styling, but here's the big question I've been pondering for months (maybe someone can answer?): where are the amazing flower brooches? I totally miss those.

Stephanie said...

I love this collection so much that I splurged (went over my spring budget) and bought four pieces today. It's just too good, and the few items I've bought from Emersonmade have all come well-made, nicely packaged, etc., and the clothes fit well. I'm Canadian, but also really appreciate that there's a US component to the manufacture of the clothes. Most J Crew stuff is made in China. I'd rather pay a bit more and buy something that is at least partially manufactured in North America. But that's me! Great blog, Joanna!

The Cowgirl said...

I love all the clothes here. Everything. I just wish the website was better. I can't find any of the old stuff and the drop down menus disappear.

Barbara Williams said...

This collection is impeccable, but unfortunately a bit too pricey for me. Not sure most of J Crew stuff is made in China, likely some. The shoes are definitely made in Italy. As much as I'd like to vary where I shop more, 75% of my closet is from J Crew because their stuff (for the most part) is well made, classic and affordable. Their suits are unbeatable. The price jump from J Crew to a collection like this is considerable, so much so that even though I'd like to try Emerson Fry, unless I get a big promotion I'll keep shopping J Crew :)

Anonymous said...

Oh wow, I have seen their advertisement on your blog, but never knew they were based in Portsmouth, NH... near me!

Why are they "Emerson Fry New York City," though? The sensibility? Anyway, I love that dress!

antique engagement rings said...

Fantastic.. such great looks!

Clara Turbay said...

I like so much the colors and the style.

women s plus size clothing said...

Very cool dresses shown above for this summer. As summer has just hit most of the countries, designer of all the countries are coming with their newly designer outfits for this summer.

Shagun said...

Just checked out the whole collection - I'm in LOVE!

Pink Ronnie said...

When did they change to Emerson Fry? Seriously love their clothes.
Ronnie xo

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interior designer london said...

The summer collection is very nice and comfortable.

Skylar Magazine said...

I've not heard of Emerson Fry before, they seem to offer a lot of interesting things. I really, really like that blazer!

Sarah
http://skylarinc.blogspot.com/

Stefania Boccolato said...

great collection.

Rachel said...

wow

Lady Grey said...

Oh I love that last dress! Gorgeous!
xo

Sarah said...

I like their accessories. But, I must say that the clothes all seem rather boxy and plain. The models look cute, of course, but unless you are tall, thin and have fabulous accessories, I think most women would look rather boring in the clothes.

Nicole said...

I've got to pipe in on the comment about the model's body size.
I'm sick of designers promoting unrealistic body types to sell clothing/shame women into feeling bad about themselves. However, this model has a beautiful healthy body. She isn't simply skin and bones. There's a big difference. You don't develop and keep muscle definition like that accidentally, clearly the model works to keep her physique.

alittlegoldenage said...

So simple but so beautiful! I'm really in love with that stripped skirt and the sandals.

Sally said...

Somebody mentioned it above, but does anyone know why they stopped making their beautiful flower pins, lapels, brooches, etc? They were SUCH a signature of the brand. And I miss the farm pics! All the clothes are still impeccable, though.

Andrea said...

I miss the adorable blonde model from the old Emerson Made website. But I still love their clothes!

Anonymous said...

I'm not an "activist" when it comes to the whole body size issue. But, I agree that model is too skinny. Yes, she has some muscle definition rather than just atrophied muscles, but that doesn't mean she's HEALTHY... she's lacking pretty much any body fat. There are a lot of people who don't eat enough and/or have eating disorders and who also exercise/strength train. But, it's hard to say what's what with this model. When I was younger, even college age, I simply couldn't put on weight. I WAS too skinny (my doctor said so) but I had a super-fast metabolism. Still, I think there are very few models who don't have some form of an eating disorder.

What gets me is how bow legs have become an attractive feature. First I thought that she simply didn't have normal muscle definition on her calves... they don't even come close to touching. Then I realized, no, she's bowlegged, and most "leggy" models (particularly runway models) seem to be.

evdokia t. said...

third foto's outfit is just my style! simple & chic!

Anonymous said...

I'm anonymous at 10:56... actually I am going to correct myself. After looking at many more photos, I think the model looks okay. There are some in particular in which she looks skeletal, but then others where she seems to have some meat on her bones. (I had to look carefully because I began to think there were two different models - one long-haired, and one short-haired, with one thinner than theother - but I think they're the same person.) She's on the very thin side, made thinner by not having much of a chest, but I think she looks healthy. (I also really want her eye makeup.) I stand by my comment about bow legs, though. :-) I also stand by comments that just because someone works out to keep toned, that doesn't mean they can't be unhealthy and too skinny.

Karina Cifuentes said...

What about those gorgeous shoes in the first photo? Tan, with leather straps around the ankle. Anyone know where those are from?

Nuha said...

absolutely love the casual polished feel of the Emerson clothing line..so chic :-)

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Karina Cifuentes said...

oh! silly me. The shoes are Emerson Fry! How exciting.

{Liana} said...

Her longer tunics look fabulous. Ever notice how chic & insouciant she looks in her own clothes?! How she has cut them makes me think I could wear the clothes just like that, too! Can't wait to get my hands on some soon. The shoes are fun, too!

Stephanie said...

This is just a quick response to Barbara Williams above. I actually own quite a few J Crew items, for the same reasons as you, but in my experience most things are made in China (pencil skirts, wool pants, pants, etc., even some of the shoes (if they're made in Italy they'll say so, otherwise they just state "Import" on their website)). Some of the J Crew jeans are made in the US and will say so, but not all. I don't know the exact proportions on their manufacture, but given the volumes and the margins that they're taking on the clothes, I'd hazard a resonable guess that at least two-thirds of the clothing that they sell is made in China. I'm not judging others for buying J Crew, but having bought a few pieces from Emersonmade in the last year or so I've been impressed with the quality and doubly impressed that the stuff is largely made in the US. For a lot of personal reasons, I'd rather start to buy fewer pieces of clothing and spend more to get stuff made closer to home (and hopefully under better labour conditions! (I'm a labour economist and so I know all of the arguments for and against, and am at least partly concerned with externalities). I'm also really really lucky in that I spend a lot of time in Italy with my partner, who lives there, so I buy my sohes there! To each his or her own though and I understand that everyone's budget is different!

Ry Pepper - Arts and Dafts said...

My response is simple: I need number 2.

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Victoria said...

The skirt in the 1st picture is perfection!

Freya Lily said...

I love all these looks!

rellimarie said...

i ADORE that first outfit. every single thing about it!

Tammy said...

Love, Love, Love these clothes!!! My favorite has to be the dress that is pictured second. Adorable!!

wmbg. said...

patch. toe. sling. backs.

antique engagement rings said...

I love the first pink skirt.. very sweet look.

Rennick said...

This collection is amazing. So chic and wearable. Love it.

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Sally said...

Easy does it, Anonymous. No need to be jealous of a beautiful model. Lovely new line. Lovely new face.

her.infinite.variety said...

Love love love all these pieces. Flawless.

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I love all her collections. I love the idea that she creates simple, basic and yet stylish. I bought some of her necklaces. I hope she will have physical store.

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