For a few more days, I’ll be in the balmy desert where I don’t have to think about grey skies! This summery interior design inspiration may be just the ticket for slipping into a summery state of mind in the midst of winter.
The gorgeous LA home Erin Fetherston shares with her husband
and son (I shared her previous Tribeca home with
you years back here) is a 1923 house designed
by architect Paul Williams.
The floors are stained matte gray,
walls are painted
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace,
and most of the furnishings are by
Source: Rip and Tan
Photography: Nicki Sebastian
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Curious about Erin’s bio? I found this:
Erin Fetherston is an American designer from San Francisco, California. She graduated from UC Berkeley before attending Parson’s School of Design. In January 2005, she first presented her eponymous label during the Paris Haute Couture Shows. From its debut, the collection established Fetherston’s signature feminine, whimsical and romantic sensibility, earning the brand a devoted following of press and celebrities. In 2007, Fetherston moved to New York City where she has since shown her ready-to-wear collection during New York City Fashion Week.
Fetherston is also known for her multi-media projects, creating short films and photographic works in tandem with photographer Ellen Von Unwerth featuring Kirsten Dunst, Zooey Deschanel and Karen Elson. Among her honors, Fetherston was a recipient of the 2007 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation Award, a finalist for the 2007 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, and in 2009 was inducted as a member of the CFDA.
In November 2007, her limited-time discount line debuted at the nationwide retailer Target. In April 2010, Fetherston was named as guest designer and creative consultant for the irreverent lifestyle brand Juicy Couture. Fetherston debuted her contemporary offering ‘ERIN’ in 2011. The collection can be found at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale’s, Barneys Japan, Harvey Nichols Hong Kong, and United Arrows as well as specialty boutiques worldwide.
In May 2013, Fetherston married musician Gabe Saporta. In February 2016, Fetherston and her husband welcomed their first child, a baby boy. Fetherston now lives with her family in Los Angeles and the ‘Erin Fetherston’ brand offering has expanded to include designer apparel, home goods, and accessories.
In addition to fashion, Fetherston is recognized for photography, short films and multimedia projects. Her photographic work is in collaboration with Ellen Von Unwerth, that features Karen Elson, Zooey Deschanel and Kristen Dunst. The talented woman has won honors including, Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation Award (2007), Vogue Fashion Fund and Council of Fashion Designers of America award (2007), and nominated as a member of CFDA (2009).
In 2010, she became a guest designer as well as a creative consultant for Juicy Couture, a lifestyle brand. A year later she introduced ERIN, a contemporary collection that is available at United Arrows, Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nicholas Hong Kong, Barneys Japan, Bloomingdale’s Saks Fifth Avenue, and specialty stores around the world.
During an interview with Haute Living, the designer described her adoration for her two dogs. One is a Chinese Crested and the other is a Bijon Maltese. The names of her beloved pets are Tulipan and Koala – unusual and unique. Erin Fetherston is certainly not among those who dress their dogs because the designer feels her pets feel embarrassed dressing up. Probably clothes look best on humans only. She did buy them coats for winter from a horse company but they didn’t approve of it. However, Fetherston feels that her dogs like fashion and like being inside her design studio.
Fetherston always wanted to become a designer. She attained a degree in visual arts and believes that art is one medium that is filled with interactivity. The designer envision her brand to incorporate an array of products in beauty, home decoration, accessories and other random things.