If there is one person that truly personifies that gypset-globetrotting spirit, it’s Stephanie von Watzdorf of Figue. With years of working with brands like Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Tory Burch under her belt, Stephanie recently launched her own women’s collection consisting of printed tunics, embroidered kaftans, reclaimed and embellished military jackets, one of a kind jewelry and bohemian handbags. Figue is essentially a beautifully eclectic collection of treasures that you wish you discovered and brought home from all of those imaginary adventures to those faraway destinations. While visiting the Soho showroom, I could immediately appreciate the many influences that have inspired Stephanie’s aesthetic – her grandparents who were dancers in The Ballet Russes, her childhood spent in Paris, New York and Italy, her commitment to giving back to communities and organizations, and her love of travel. It’s no wonder the entire day could have been spent just taking in all the eye candy filling the studio. I have officially fallen in love with Figue.
(all images by HonestlyWTF)
Wow so beautiful. Love the statement necklace and the rad camo jacket <3
All the pieces are impressing:) Looove the decoration of the space.
This place is amazing, the prints, the shoes, and all about this place it’s very inspirational to me!!!
Woww, i love this place so much! It´s amazing. All the things she has, and all the details.
Those Flats and Handbags with pom poms on are too cute – I need.
Her Studio is amazing – it all seems so laid back and organic 😀
♥ Paula Shoe Fiend.
What a gorgeous showroom. There are so many little moments/vignettes happening there. It seems like all the little details were considered which is always a nice touch.
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Wow love the necklace !
Love from Paris
Oo, that looks there great and that first necklace is so nice.
That tray arrangement is perfect…
i totally adore it, the climate of this studio and all this things aroud, just amazing <3
I can’t think of another word to describe this but STUNNING. It’s so amazing how her love of travel has integrated itself into every element of her style. I wish I could pull so many different styles together so effortlessly. I’m floored.
Inspiring studio and great pieces!
It seems, and surely is, a special place..
The photos are adorable 🙂
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Those pom pom shoes are really to die for.
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i always love the pictures from your studio visits! and the embellished US Army jacket is my favorite! i love feminine touches on such a rugged piece.
Major showroom envy! Always love an exposed brick wall, and all of the artisan touches make it look so cozy and inviting.
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It looks like a beautiful shop, but Ten Thousand Villages does something similar and the prices are more accessible (even though their shop isn’t as nice). I am kind of surprised it never gets mentioned anywhere even though the jewelry there is glamorously globetrotter and it’s all fair trade. (Disclaimer I used to volunteer there).
Love this space. Every single picture is amazing…. I love everything you photographed… but I REALLY love the brick walls… I’m such a sucker for some exposed brick xx
so gorgeous x
A new post is up on Local & Opulent – I got my press credentials and am heading to World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto! Plus, some vintage photos from my last stint there!
Great store, I like the bag!
All photos are beautiful! Amazing necklace!
Wowsers! When is she shipping to Oz?? All gorgeous!!
what a beautiful place! so full of details and that first necklace!!! wow.
Wow she’s got some pretty amazing pieces there! Very very cool.
Nothing better than a rustic, pattern and colored filled room.
I pretty much want to just move in there.
This post makes me want to pack my suitcases…stunning!
cozy and inspirational
I want to live there so bad!