3rd Season

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3rd Season

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3rdSeason

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http://www.3rdseasondesigns.com/

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RenegadeLA

@3rdseason

Surface Design • Fashion conscious, ethically made in Los Angeles 🌵✨✌🏽

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We love how Leyla styled this piece and made it her own! She cropped hers and it’s making us want to crop ours too! @high_pulp (photo by @kaylaa_lynnn )
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It’s happening! Our new scarves have made their debut @indiemarketbayarea
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Happy New Year! This piece is titled Passages. May your path lead you to explorations unknown ✨
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Thank you 2018! Here’s to pushing forward on our pattern making as well as our prints. Can’t wait to share more behind the scenes as we explore a collection in silk painting next ✨
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A little hand dyed goodness for this holiday. Taking a much needed brake but can’t wait to get back to dyeing silk scarves.
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Still looking for a holiday outfit? We have a few of these wrap tops available. Direct message or email would be best as we are transitioning to @shopify. Probably not the best time to have done it. Oh well 🙃✨📸 by @wetnegatives
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When we envisioned 3rd Season our goal was to create pieces that transcended the traditional fashion calendar. Jasmine is layering a T-shirt underneath her Riviera wrap dress. You can also never go wrong with a turtleneck or long oversized cardigan ✨
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Wanted to share a progress pic. Trying our hand at silk painting. New scarves and bandannas to come ✨
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Here’s an image of sunshine on a rainy day. More hand dyed Valentina Wraps to come but in a moody winter color palette. Image by @tropicophoto
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Tina Berning’s book, “100 Girls on Cheap Paper” is definitely on our wish list this holiday season ✨
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This year we went back to basics. We refined our pattern blocks, draped all of our pieces and focused on colors and fabrics. The Valentina Wrap top became a fast favorite. We are keeping the style this season and adding a few new colors. Our website is down for a bit until we make our move to Shopify. Please DM if you have any questions. Photo by @phoebesherman
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We’ve been working with a new textile technique that has the feel of one of our favorite artists, Gerhard Richter. His work has always been an influence on us. "I blur things to make everything equally important and equally unimportant. I blur things so that they do not look artistic or craftsmanlike but technological, smooth and perfect. I blur things to make all the parts a closer fit. Perhaps I also blur out the excess of unimportant information."
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