Laura Cramer and Starr Hout, a Texan and a Seattleite, are lifelong friends with creative lives that ran parallel until a road trip through West Texas inspired their collaboration. The designers met in NYC while students at NYU. Starr worked in the art world, before transitioning in fashion where she worked as a stylist. Laura worked as a graphic designer and art director, specializing in branding.
It was on their 30th birthdays (the designers are born a day a part) that the designers took a road trip to West Texas and conceived of the line - of intermixing pieces that could be packed in a single bag. The line continues to evolve with the designers themselves.
A 3/4 sleeve peasant blouse with a loose silhouette, button neck, and billowing sleeves in floral silk cotton voile.$296.00
A long sleeve, mini dress features oversized utility pockets at the hips and chest, a banded collar, and a self-tie belt. Can be worn as a layering piece like a trench or as a dress.$364.00
A 3/4 sleeve, lightweight cotton mini dress with high neck, ruffle trim and braided belt to cinch in the waist, if desired.$364.00
A short sleeve, peasant style dress with puffed shoulders, self tie belt, and ruffle details in floral silk cotton voile.$424.00
A cropped, sleeveless jumpsuit with self-tie shoulder straps, a smocked back panel and a waist-cinching belt.$394.00
A cropped wide leg pant with a buttoned high waist, two front slash pockets and two back pockets in a golden cotton canvas.$294.00