See Adornment’s Collection of Vintage and Atelier-Made Designs
We love Adornments latest campaign that features both their new Created Adornment line and Captured Adornment vintage pieces. The beautiful images where created by and features some of our dearest friends and colleagues.
Pauline Cappelen founded Adornment in 2015 with sustainability as a core value. Starting out, she first introduced “Captured Adornment”—a selection of vintage garments and accessories, curated for its quality and unique traits. Together with designer Elian Yacoub she later launched the “Created Adornment” line in September 2017, with their own label designs based on the vintage legacy. All garments are customized and one-of-a-kind—made from limited Italian leftover fabrics and handcrafted in the Stockholm studio by haute couture tailors. The Created designs will be available every season in new fabrics, making them a part of an everlasting design-archive.
Featured above: Vera: Captured Adornment, vintage 1960s raffia top. Nike: Created Adornment, overstock silk satin and chiffon dress.
Helin: Created Adornment, overstock silk crêpe satin dress with 1920s buckle. Martina: Captured Adornment, vintage 1990s merino wool sweater with 1960s gold brooch.
Nike: Captured Adornment, vintage 1970s silk shirt. Vera: Created Adornment, overstock silk velvet dress with 1920s embellishments.
Photo: Pauline Suzor
Stylist: Nike Felldin
Casting: Helin Honung
Creative Direction: Pauline Cappelen, Future Legacy
Models: Tina Inas, Vera Edwall, Becca Breymas, Helin Honung and Nike Felldin
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