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Collaboration between Fanny and June and Cavanagh Baker

Anna Zeitlin

Collaboration between Fanny and June and Cavanagh Baker

This spring I worked with Nashville-based fashion designer Cavanagh Baker to create a selection of custom hats to pair with her stunning designs. We visited The Farmer's Florist's farm for this shoot. Clothing by Cavanagh Baker. Hats by Fanny & June.  


Winter Showroom on Madison

Anna Zeitlin

Winter Showroom on Madison

Very excited to announce that Fanny & June will be participating in The Winter Showroom on Madison. Open Thursday - Monday, 11-7. November 9 - December 24. Located at 500 Madison St, Suite 101 in Germantown. Participating brands include: Brownlee Clemmie Jewelry ELT collective Emily Phillips Fanny & June January Moon Lilyan James Married & Bright Morton & Mabel Ona Rex Portmanteau The Suit Truck Walker Jewelry Xinh & Co. Lindsey, from chic local handbag company, Lilyan James, put this pop up shop together to provide a venue for Nashvillians to do their holiday shopping locally this year, and discover a...


Rene Gruau Illustrations Featuring Millinery

Anna Zeitlin

Rene Gruau Illustrations Featuring Millinery

Rene Gruau was one of the finest fashion illustrators of the 20th century. Working a lot with Christian Dior, his illustrations are often associated with the New Look. Below are some great mid-century illustrations of his featuring hats.


Hats of Elsa Schiaparelli

Anna Zeitlin

Hats of Elsa Schiaparelli

Elsa Schiaparelli is one of my all time favorite fashion designers. I am blown away by the level of detail in her work and the sheer originality. Her surrealist fashion collaborations with Salvador Dali are legendary. In May 2012, I drove into New York to see the exhibit of her designs in person at the Met. It was worth the trip to see the buttons she uses up close, alone. I love imagining the bold woman between the wars who wore a bug necklace or a shoe hat. Her couture house was a Paris staple for 20 years, but closed it's...


Carolina Herrera at SCAD FASH

Anna Zeitlin

Carolina Herrera at SCAD FASH

SCAD FASH is a welcome addition to Atlanta's museum scene. Couture fashion should be viewed through the lens of high art. Their Carolina Herrera exhibition was a masterclass in form, textile design, fabric manipulation, and fashion history. The hand-sewn details and level of innovation was very inspiring to see up-close.