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We've never been shy about our love for local, sustainably produced clothing line Frei Designs, but this new collection has us swooning all over again. See if you can count all the local awesomeness in the photos that follow. That rad, geometric backdrop was designed by artist Ina Weise, and we know we're not the only ones who instantly wanted it in our living room. The floral headpieces come from Foxglove Studio, a local floral design studio (they do events, guys), and of course all the stunning, feminine looks are courtesy of Frei Designs. This collection was inspired by vintage images of Geishas in the '30s. The fabrics and shapes were also influenced by Japanese garment folding techniques, and we love the structure and wearability of the results. As for the lookbook itself, can you spot the Frida Kahlo influences? Click through and start off your Saturday beautifully.
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