Fashion designer, Erin Fetherston, collaborated with luxury denim brand, Parker Smith, on a denim capsule for Spring 2017. Fetherston unveiled the collection at her New York Fashion Week runway show at The Gallery at Skylight Clarkson Square.

Known for her dreamy, romantic style, Fetherston was keen to work with Parker Smith, a brand celebrated for their universally flattering and feminine fit. The celebrity favorite denim brand produced by local artisans in downtown Los Angeles, made for the perfect partner to collaborate.

“As a designer, I’m drawn to vintage denim silhouettes and detailing but finding the perfect fit is illusive,” says Erin Fetherston. “This collaboration allowed me to design my perfect pair- several actually. I’ve admired Parker Smith’s design sensibility, innovative washes, and commitment to producing locally for quite some time and I am very excited about this collaboration. It was clear from the beginning that Mary Ellen and I share the same values.”

“We are always looking to expand our collection by exploring new ventures and pushing the boundaries of denim,” says Founder Mary Ellen Moschetti, “this collaboration came naturally with our head designer, Selina Tahmasian, and Erin, who’s feminine dressing and ethereal style is a perfect match for Parker Smith.”

The ten-piece jean and separates collection includes vintage washes and raw hem details in a range of silhouettes including a jumpsuit, maxi dress, tunic, button down shirt, high waisted wide legs, bell bottoms, and cropped flares with prices ranging from $185 to $375.

This season, Fetherston revives her namesake designer collection ‘Erin Fetherston’ and celebrates her ten-year anniversary of showing at New York Fashion Week.

The collection will be available at retail and the brands‘ respective websites this coming Spring 2017.




  1. It’s like 5+ year old Derek Lam, which I loved. I like the washes and I will go have a look if the pieces are at a store. I refuse to order things from parker smith sight unseen and then have to pay for returns because the item is not as expected.

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