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Fall at

Fallingwater

Fall at Fallingwater

 

This season, we drew inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece, Fallingwater.

For Creative Director Emily Smith, there was undiscovered beauty beyond its iconic façade. From here she built the bedrock of a collection. Rich in texture and pattern, defined by dimension and depth. A harmony of construction and raw material. Versatile, varied and made to be mingled and made one’s own.

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Behind the famous sandstone walls, Creative Director Emily Smith found a house transformed by the character of those who lived there. The Kaufmanns, Fallingwater’s globetrotting first residents, filled the home with the trappings of their travels—an eclectic mix of exotic motifs, tartan throws, walnut furnishings and woolen upholstery that offered warmth and worldliness, all reflected in Fall’s layered, print-rich look.

Behind the famous sandstone walls, Creative Director Emily Smith found a house transformed by the character of those who lived there. The Kaufmanns, Fallingwater’s globetrotting first residents, filled the home with the trappings of their travels—an eclectic mix of exotic motifs, tartan throws, walnut furnishings and woolen upholstery that offered warmth and worldliness, all reflected in Fall’s layered, print-rich look.

Fall 2018 on Film

Fall 2018 on Film
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Designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 as a private residence and weekend home for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner, Edgar J. Kaufmann, Sr., Fallingwater is considered one of Wright’s greatest works.

Designed by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 as a private residence and weekend home for the family of Pittsburgh department store owner, Edgar J. Kaufmann, Sr., Fallingwater is considered one of Wright’s greatest works.

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“I took photos of the house from late summer to fall through winter to build the palette. In late summer there’s beautiful oranges and sky blue. As the leaves change we get these autumnal colors—vino, spruce green, saffron red, then winter brings shades of pale mint and blush.”

—Emily Smith, Creative Director

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The interplay of nature and structure are part of the home—and the collection’s—allure. A pinnacle example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy of organic design, Fallingwater was transformative in its time—and remains even more resonant today. The Fall Collection’s mix of flowing, natural forms and strong, structured shapes pay homage to his extraordinary vision.

The interplay of nature and structure are part of the home—and the collection’s—allure. A pinnacle example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy of organic design, Fallingwater was transformative in its time—and remains even more resonant today. The Fall Collection’s mix of flowing, natural forms and strong, structured shapes pay homage to his extraordinary vision.

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Photographer But-Sou Lai and Creative Director Emily Smith

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“An underlying theme in all of our designs is art and architecture, and Fallingwater has always held a special fascination for me. Shooting our Fall Campaign there was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”

—Emily Smith, @emilysmithlaf148

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