Feature Friday: Feral Childe

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Out of passion for art, friends Alice Wu and Moriah Carlson used to experiment in creating expressive clothing to wear around New York. In the early 2000's, they began showing pieces from their brand, Feral Childe, at venues around the world, including the MAK Center/Schindler House, Parrish Art Museum, and the SCOPE Art Fair.

As designers for Feral Childe, Alice Wu and Moriah Carlson, put the same thought into sourcing the materials for their pieces as they do into the intricate details that make their designs so unique.

In browsing their online collection, the designers' attention to detail is overtly evident. The whimsical prints covering each of their fabrics are reminiscent of the childlike inquisitiveness that still exists within all of us.

In designing pieces, Feral Childe only uses materials that live up to its environmentally-conscious standards, which include the use of natural, recycled, or leftover fibers.

Now that's a lot of care to put into your clothing, and we believe that it is this type meticulous workmanship that sets Feral Childe's collection apart.

Here are some Feral Childe-Fortress of Inca pairing ideas:

The Theives blouse and Shadow Pant are wearable pieces with versatile and comfortable silhouettes that are perfect for any day. Add Olivia Oxfords in ivory to give a more structured, office-friendly look.

The Summer Dress is perfect for a summer concert or night on the town when worn with the Fiorela Champagne wedge.

 

The Jackie O-esque Maisey dress gets an urban touch with the Julietta Peep Toe in Camel.

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