News / Organic Cotton
June 14, 2012
SPUN will be showing at the CALA Contemporary Apparel show in San Francisco. Show is open to wholesale and press.
CALA Apparel ShowJune 18th & 19thSt. Francis Hotel - Union Square335 Powell StreetSan Francisco, CA 94202
For appointments, please contact:Jane Marie, Inc. ShowroomMegan PrentissRoom #email@example.com(415) 913-8539
June 08, 2012
The weather is getting warmer and it's time to sport some fun skirts! SPUN fans love our organic cotton Apron Skirt because it's comfortable, flattering and looks good at the office and the park.
February 15, 2012
If you've been following SPUN then you know that we LOVE social media! Apps like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and our new love....Pinterest are the not only fun but a great way to connect with fans and make new friends. We love Pinterest so much that we even wrote a little post about it over at the SPUN Sustainable Collective blog last month!
We know that we're not alone in our, ahem, addictions, so we decided to help make it easier for you to share your favorite SPUN pieces with your network. Check out the SPUN online shop and see all of your favorite social apps right there on the descriptions page. We hope that you enjoy using the quick links and continue to tell your friends and family all about SPUN!
November 03, 2011
The last year has been very busy for me. With the opening of our flagship store, SPUN Sustainable Collective and the studio, I was worried that there would never be enough time to put a new collection together. But after almost a year of waiting, SPUN fans were finally introduced to the latest collection, Petals.
I am extremely proud of what my team and I were able to create with this new collection. The use of prints and a special woven organic cotton fabric joins our favorite organic cotton jersey to bring the 11 styles together. Since SPUN doesn't offer seasonal collections, it was imperative that the styles we included were ones that can be worn year-round.
The Petals collection was inspired by the changing seasons in Seattle and the neighborhood that surrounds SPUN Sustainable Collective. The artists and students that live in the area dress in a casual, comfortable and eclectic way that inspired the looks for the collection. Lots of new skirts, dresses and tops that manage to stay true to the SPUN sensibility while offering a fresh point of view from past SPUN collections. Don't worry, you can still incorporate these pieces into your closet and wear them with ease just like all of your other SPUN favorites.
I hope that you love wearing the pieces in the new Petals collection as much as I do!