Crafting the Future: Marree's Rebranding Timeline

What better season for a brand transformation than fall? Fall is all about shedding what doesn't serve us and building on what does, don't you think? September was a transition month from Modern Shibori to Marree. I sold many of the Modern Shibori pieces at in-person shows. But the very very best part of having done these in-person shows is seeing Y O U! All my new customers and my long-time peeps. 

I love it when you come into my space and tell me about your adventures with your Modern Shibori pieces. I love to hear how they're holding up and what weddings, parties or vacations you've attended with them. And it really tickles me to hear that you've read my blog post about the rebrand. More please.

Marree Timeline Graphic

Embracing the Autumn of Change

As leaves turn brilliant shades of crimson and gold, so too does Marree embark on a journey of transformation. The crispness in the air signifies the shedding of old identities and the embrace of something new, aligning perfectly with Marree's evolution.

Research and Development: Standing for Sustainability

One aspect Marree will build on from Modern Shibori is choosing organic fabrics and natural dyes. Everyone loves the drape and feel of organic fabrics. They're a joy for me to work with and they take natural color so well. Organic fabrics and natural dyes stand as sentinels of Marree's commitment to sustainability.

Reduced Footprint: Where Fashion Meets Environmental Responsibility

Marree's choices extend far beyond aesthetics. By opting for organic fabrics and natural dyes, Marree is participating in a fashion landscape that's kinder to the planet. This reduction in environmental footprint is a testament to the brand's dedication to leaving a greener mark on the world.

A Glimpse into Marree's Fall Calendar: Unveiling Beauty and Functionality

Every Marree product is designed with your sustainable life and style in mind. From color-mixing botanical dyes, to cutting the perfect curve around a pocket, each design decision Jenny makes is another step towards a beautiful, smart and durable product for you.

October: The Intersection of style and eco-consciousness

In October, anticipation will reach its peak as Marree unveils its first product under the new brand. Designed by me, Jenny Fong, this product will merge beauty with functionality, using hemp and organic cotton as the canvas for innovation.

Be assured, it'll epitomize the intersection of style and eco-consciousness. Get ready to embrace a blend of beauty and functionality like never before. But what is it? You'll have to join the email list to find out first. 

November: A Holiday Collection to Remember, Botanical Goodness and Sustainable Gifts

As November approaches, Marree has a delightful surprise in store. A new holiday collection! This collection promises an array of botanical-inspired designs and natural hues adorning both garments and accessories. And there's more – sustainable lifestyle giftables that capture the essence of the season.

Expect to be captivated by rich, natural colors for women, men and gender-fluid folks. Look no further for the perfect sustainable gift for your loved ones.

December: A Limited Edition Treasure and Cozy Finale to the Year

December is the month of radiant beauty. Marree unveils a very special limited edition cozy piece, designed to cocoon you in comfort and style. As winter embraces the world, this unique creation will warm both your body and your heart.

As the year draws to a close, Marree's limited edition cozy piece will be the perfect embodiment of comfort and luxury. It's not just clothing; it's a celebration of the season. During the quiet winter months, I'll be designing my Spring 2024 collection as well.

Embrace the Future with Marree

So stay tuned, for there are so many new things coming. Marree's transformation is a journey of beauty, sustainability, and innovation. As the leaves fall, Marree rises, and together, we craft a future where fashion is not just a statement; it's a commitment to a better world.

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