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INSPIRATION: REALLY RED

INSPIRATION: REALLY RED

Not quite terra cotta red; not exactly pinkish; not really coral, but really red.

Pinkish: an adjective meaning somewhat pink.

Coral: also an adjective meaning a reddish yellow; light yellowish red; pinkish yellow.

INSPIRATION: REALLY RED

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ALABAMA CHANIN @ AUSTIN, TEXAS

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Join us this Thursday evening, November 6th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in Austin, Texas, for a reception celebrating our Alabama Chanin pop-up shop inside the Billy Reid store at 1122 West 6th Street. The Austin store features our Heath + Alabama Chanin collaboration, Alabama Chanin Essentials, alongside our hand-dyed Indigo, books, and more.

For more information, contact: austin (at) billyreid.com, sales (at) alabamachanin.com, or call, +1.512.354.1884.

See you there,
xoNatalie

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ESSENTIALS: UPDATED

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To celebrate the opening of our pop-up shop in Austin, Texas, we’ve updated our Essentials with new classics and long-time favorites. In collaboration with Billy Reid,the opening reception is this Thursday, November 6, 2014, from 5:30 – 7:30. The store opens with regular hours Friday, November 7, 2014, and is a permanent fixture at Billy Reid’s Austin location through January 31, 2015.

Visit us here: Billy Reid, 1122 West 6th Street in Austin, Texas, or contact austin (at) billyreid.com for more information.

STORE HOURS: MONDAY–FRIDAY 10–7, SATURDAY 10–7, SUNDAY 12–6

And visit our Essentials page to shop our all-time favorite pieces and accessories online.

P.S.:  Shop our new favorite shoes at Billy Reid online.

 

 

NEW: ALABAMA CHANIN

NEW: ALABAMA CHANIN

Today we introduce our newest Alabama Chanin silhouettes like our Marie Pencil Skirt and Garter Dress which have a flattering and feminine shape, alongside our Peasant Top and Factory Dress which offer a more relaxed fit.

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Classics styles, like our Corset and Long Fitted Skirt, are combined with new stencil designs like ‘Aurora,’ ‘Marie,’ and ‘New Leaves.’ Other classic designs like our ‘Daisy’ and ‘Magdalena’ remain. Choose from neutral shades, or a burst of Really Red—one of our newest colors. Look for new designs, colors, and an updated website over the coming weeks…

xoNatalie and all of us @ Alabama Chanin

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(RE)INTRODUCING ALABAMA CHANIN INDIGO

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Indigo—a celebration of our natural dye house at The Factory in Florence.

This collection includes updated classic styles, available in a range of shades from Light to Dark Indigo and Blue Grey. View our  permanent staples—available year-round—alongside a revolving selection of one-of-a-kind, limited-edition pieces we love.

Check back regularly for more hand-dyed goodness.

GIFTS FOR DAD

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This is the time of year to celebrate the men in our lives: fathers, husbands, partners, sons, and brothers who have been there through it all, and continue to support us through thick and thin. This year we’ve selected a few favorite Father’s Day gifts which will be discounted from our online store through Friday, June 13.

The Thursday before Father’s Day, we are hosting our inaugural “Friends of the Café” Dinner Series benefiting Alabama Gulf Seafood. The dinner features James Beard award-winning chef (and father) Chris Hastings who will prepare a three-course meal, followed by a book-signing. Buy a ticket for dad (and yourself) and visit us at The Factory in Florence. Be sure to get a copy of Hot and Hot Fish Club).

If you can’t make the trip to Florence, you can always make something special or give something handmade; we have a selection to help celebrate the dad who deserves the best.

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MAKESHIFT 2014

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MAKESHIFT began three years ago as a conversation about the intersection of the disciplines of design, craft, art, fashion, and DIY—and, on a bigger level, using this intersection as an agent of change in the world. Since then, we’ve explored making as individuals, and how making as a group can open conversations and build communities.

For MAKESHIFT 2014, we have once again partnered with Standard Talks in New York to host the conversation, and will cover a range of topics, including raw materials, craft, fashion, global communities, food, and the act of making. 2014 James Beard award-winning chef Ashley Christensen will also participate in the discussion, helping answer the question: What can design learn from food?

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