Eley Kishimoto Designs for Anthropologie

I'm a huge fan of Eley Kishimoto. I lived in London for two years--where the design duo's pieces are in just about every indie boutique in the city--so I spent plenty of time ogling their original prints and cute suits. That's why it's so exciting to see the results of the brand's collaboration with Anthropologie. First launched last fall in London at Anthropologie's Regent Street flagship, EK Jam Factory is now available at several US outposts, as well as on Anthropologie.com. For spring, there are six sweet dresses and blouses. (I'm especially keen on the red sailor dress with birds.) And it's priced quite reasonably--$148 - $228--considering their dresses typically start at around $400. Here's a gallery of the six looks and their preliminary sketches.
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I'm a huge fan of Eley Kishimoto. I lived in London for two years--where the design duo's pieces are in just about every indie boutique in the city--so I spent plenty of time ogling their original prints and cute suits. That's why it's so exciting to see the results of the brand's collaboration with Anthropologie. First launched last fall in London at Anthropologie's Regent Street flagship, EK Jam Factory is now available at several US outposts, as well as on Anthropologie.com. For spring, there are six sweet dresses and blouses. (I'm especially keen on the red sailor dress with birds.) And it's priced quite reasonably--$148 - $228--considering their dresses typically start at around $400. Here's a gallery of the six looks and their preliminary sketches.
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I'm a huge fan of Eley Kishimoto. I lived in London for two years--where the design duo's pieces are in just about every indie boutique in the city--so I spent plenty of time ogling their original prints and cute suits.

That's why it's so exciting to see the results of the brand's collaboration with Anthropologie. First launched last fall in London at Anthropologie's Regent Street flagship, EK Jam Factory is now available at several US outposts, as well as on Anthropologie.com. For spring, there are six sweet dresses and blouses. (I'm especially keen on the red sailor dress with birds.) And it's priced quite reasonably--$148 - $228--considering their dresses typically start at around $400.

Here's a gallery of the six looks and their preliminary sketches.

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