If you live anywhere but California or Florida, the last thing you're thinking about is spring — you're too focused on trying to find the chunkiest sweater possible to cover every inch of your body. But, with the launch of their new label St. Roche, L.A.-based designers Sue Stemp and Paud Roche already have warm weather on their minds.
With a high-fashion pedigree — having designed for brands like Daryl K, Tocca, and Alexander McQueen and launched a namesake label in 2005 — Stemp set out to create the perfect line for the on-the-go girl. St. Roche's first resort line, out now, offers practical, feminine pieces that are sustainably produced. They feature one-of-a-kind embroidery and take inspiration from Stemp's Laurel Canyon neighborhood, her English heritage, and her vast collection of traditional broderie anglaise and Victorian undergarments.
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