Designer Spotlight: Ace and Jig

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Ace & Jig is the brainchild of friends Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson.

The collaboration that is now Ace & Jig, came about through the ladies' mutual love for antique textiles.

Both had the utmost appreciation for the art of fabric making.

Cary and Jenna wanted to create their own yarn-dye fabric to use for their collection.

The result?

A Fashion-forward versatile collection, Ace & Jig.

Ace & Jig is a season less clothing line,

a line that is meant to translate across the board with impeccable wearability.

Cary and Jenna go to great extents to provide fabrics for Ace & Jig that last.

In fact, for their most exotic fabrics, Cary and Jenna venture to India each season to work with local weavers to learn new ways to create and produce fabric.

Their unique eye for textile craft make Ace & Jig a line with passion intertwined in each thread.

Jenna and Cary state their purpose eloquently via the Ace & Jig website:

"We wanted to manipulate this cloth into aesthetically beautiful yet functional items, accessible clothes that are not overstyled, pieces that you keep forever and love. Our silhouettes hope to be quintessential pieces that live and travel with you."

Check out Ace & Jig for intricate clothing with a powerful story behind each seam.

Ace & Jig is available at Life:Curated, Smith & Butler, and Saks Fifth Avenue.

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