Frances May Houseline
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Frances May’s second collection explores owner and designer Pamela Baker-Miller’s identity as a Karuk woman raised by her non-native family. Drawing on her experiences growing up as the only POC in her family, Pamela would often be questioned on her nationality and background. From a young age, she learned she could find a balance between both cultures through her clothing and personal style.

Encapsulating who she is today, the line is defined by classic silhouettes with a dash of preppiness for good measure. In an ode to the bold color combinations and striking patterns she’s so well-known for, Pamela has worked alongside childhood friend and renowned illustrator Mikayla Butchart to create unique prints inspired by traditional Karuk imagery. Expect a striking combination of wildflowers native to California and symbols found in intricate Karuk basketry.

Pamela takes a considered approach to the production of each piece by using sustainably-sourced recycled fabrics and local artisans to support smaller communities.