Stan S/S 2021 Collection

STAN - SS21 Collection

Event
NYFW
Launch
Tue - Sep 15, 2020 9:50 am - 10:00 am EDT
Status
Finished

Inspired by Southern California coastal lifestyle, this collection brings you back to surfing and skate culture during the 1970s Lords of Dogtown era in Santa Monica. In Stan designer Tristan Detwiler's curatorial exploration this past winter along the Eastern Seaboard, and up through the cold of Vermont and Maine, he unveiled wintertime stories of age-old antiques from granddaughters of quilters and hidden gems of the Smithsonian American quilt collection. The wonderment Tristan found in the snowy roads and dense forests was the same as the marvel he has in his routine West Coast Northbound surf trips in a constant pursuit for the perfect wave. In this collection, Tristan exposes the cold winter, nighttime stories of warmth of a heavy antique family quilt that the East knows so well, to the West Coast. Long coats made from thick padded wool quilts and heavy jackets from muted tone winter cabin blankets and family heirloom textiles.
Tristan pulls constant inspiration from his surf adventures and travels. Familiar with the “no shirt no shoes” lifestyle of his home town of San Diego, California, Tristan holds this surfing life close as it has shaped his outlook. For this aesthetic he meshes what he knows well personally, with something vastly different, to create this compelling juxtaposition.

STAN STAN - SS21 Collection

STAN - SS21 Collection Collection

Mid 19th Century Cyclone Camp Blanket

1860 Calico Friendship Quilt

1910 Primitive Wool Block Patchwork Quilt Coat

9 Patch Sherbet Quilt Jacket

Pinwheel Wild Goose Chase Quilt Jacket

9 Patch Sherbet Quilt Hoodie

c.1900 Mennonite Log Cabin Quilt Jacket

8 Side Star Yarn Tied Flannel Quilt

9 Patch Block Pastel Quilt Coat

c.1880 Woven Coverlet Jacket

1880’s Branded Grain Sack Jacket: John A. Hotchkiss

1920 Wool Tied Quilt Vest

Tiger Seeds Advertising Seed Sack Jacket

c.1900 Stacked Block Patchwork Quilt Coat

Rail Fence Feed Sack Quilt Top Jacket

Mid Century Wool Striped Camp Blanket

16 Patch Block Patchwork Quilt Jacket

c.1890 Fox and Geese "M.D." Quilt

c.1900 Prim Calico 16 Patch Block Quilt

c.1870 Signed "L" Cathedral Window Quilt

Cecelia Zirkelbacks 1906 Mariners Compass Quilt

1880 Medallion and Double Irish Chain Quilt

M.D. Paducah, KY Bow Tie Quilt

Red and White Bow Tie Quilt

Arkansas Wool Tied Country Quilt

Missouri Wool Suiting Square Patchwork Quilt

1930 Wool Block Family Quilt

c.1915 Postage Stamp Quilt

c.1800s Southmont, NC Period Print Quilt

Red and White Fair Play Meridian Quilt

Prairie Point Cord Bow Tie Quilt

Franklin Camp Wool Blanket

1900 Maine Camp Lodge Hunting Blanket

Cecelia Zirkelbach and Peter Valter Fuchsia Quilt

1920 5 Patch Quilt

c.1890 Ocean Waves Quilt

Mid 19th Century Cyclone Camp Blanket
This jacket is made from a mid 19th Century flower stripe cotton camp blanket. It is originally from Washington, used for camp activities in the Spring, faded blue from its use in the sun around the lake

1860 Calico Friendship Quilt
This jacket is made from a c.1860 Maine friendship quilt made and signed for a wedding. Hand stitched with a variety of cotton calico prints of the era, it contains 35 squares of which 34 are lovingly hand signed with black ink. Some of the names include Mother, Grandmother, Damon, Trent, Lewis, Wolden, Billings. Signed and presented as a wedding gift.

1910 Primitive Wool Block Patchwork Quilt Coat
This trench style coat is made from a c.1900 wool stacked block quilt. Originally from the Mid-West, this quilt was made for cover and utility, pieced completely from family clothing scraps. Bold dark browns, greys and blacks of wool suiting fabrics, lined with a flannel blanket, and hand tacked with various colored yarn knots. Heavy weight batting comprised of an old blanket to provide warmth for cold winter nights.

9 Patch Sherbet Quilt Jacket
This jacket is made from a 1940’s 9 patch quilt. Made of sherbet orange and white cotton with dense hand quilting. From Burnsville, it was gifted from sister to sister in Minnesota and cherished for decades in a loving home.

Pinwheel Wild Goose Chase Quilt Jacket
This jacket is made from a 1930 pinwheel patchwork quilt. The pattern has been derived from many names including pinwheel, wild goose chase, or haywire. Lightweight made for the springtime in Illinois, by loving wife Dorothy, for her three young boys. It was cherished among the family and the center of memories while it was passed down for decades.

9 Patch Sherbet Quilt Hoodie
This hoodie is made from a 1940’s 9 patch quilt. Made of sherbet orange and white cotton with dense hand quilting. From Burnsville, it was gifted from sister to sister in Minnesota and cherished for decades in a loving home.

c.1900 Mennonite Log Cabin Quilt Jacket
This jacket is made from an early 1900 Canadian Mennonite log cabin wool quilt. Handmade by a Mennonite woman in Ontario, Canada, named Esther Weaver.

8 Side Star Yarn Tied Flannel Quilt
This jacket is made from a 1940 8 sided star yarn tied flannel and wool wedding quilt. Made by Elmyra Welch with pieces of old family suitings. For the wedding of Toria Baumgartner for the celebration on June 5, 1940 in Colchester, Illinois. Mrs. Baumgartner wed that day and started a family, and this quilt remained in her home for decades to come.

9 Patch Block Pastel Quilt Coat
This trench coat is made from a mid 19th Century pastel and flowery 9 patch block summer quilt, from Suffolk County, NY. It remained in the loving Johnson family for decades.

c.1880 Woven Coverlet Jacket
This two sided jacket is made from a mid to late 1800s blue and white double cloth weave floral and star coverlet blanket. Originally property of Darleen and Joseph Mason of Suffolk County, New York.

1880’s Branded Grain Sack Jacket
This jacket is made from 3 primitive 1880’s American grain sacks. These grain sacks were well used on an upstate New York farm. Used and reused with decades of unique hand repairs, and branded by its original user, John A. Hotchkiss.

1920 Wool Tied Quilt Vest
This vest is made from a 1920 thick padded wool family quilt with tick back squares from Wyoming. It was made for winter nights by mother for her children, pieced with wool scraps and finished with yarn ties.

Tiger Seeds Advertising Seed Sack Jacket
This jacket is made from 3 Tiger Seeds, Sommer Bros Seed Co. advertising grain sacks from 1909. These were used on a farm to carry seeds in Pekin, Illinois in the 1930’s and then retired to be used as display.

c.1900 Stacked Block Patchwork Quilt Coat
This trench style coat is made from a c.1900 stacked block patchwork quilt. Turkey red, cranberry, indigo and cadet blue, with early calicos, all very typical of the times. Lightweight quilt made in Vermont backed with a floral paisley. Originally hand pieced by grandmother and gifted to be used as a light blanket by the Stevensen family.

Rail Fence Feed Sack Quilt Top Jacket
This jacket is made from a 1930 rail fence pattern feed sack quilt top. It was pieced by a woman named Gloria in North Carolina, and intended to be backed and made into a mid-weight quilt, but was never completed. Passed down through her family but never finished as intended.

Mid Century Wool Striped Camp Blanket
This jacket is made from a mid-century wool taupe and pink Ohio camp blanket. Greyish with pink accenting stripes. Every Springtime it received loving use at a lakeside camp.

16 Patch Block Patchwork Quilt Jacket
This jacket is made from a 16 patch block patchwork quilt from 1940. Hand made in a scrappy folk art patchwork pattern with an assemblage of plaids, corduroy and old denim, cotton fabrics. Hand pieced with scraps by Carla Eavers of Arkansas for her family and their warmth.

This quilt is a c.1890 Fox and Geese Quilt. Comprised of 28 hand pieced blocks of late 19th c. prints. Made in Paducah, Kentucky by wife and mother with initials M.D. Thick with home grown batting and used for cold Kentucky winters. It was passed along to granddaughter in Ozark, Missouri, where it was celebrated for a decade.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This quilt is a c.1900 Prim Calico 16 Patch Block Quilt. From Grand Saline, Texas, this quilt is sashed in bright red, with plaids, florals and calicos. It was celebrated as a wall hanging for decades after it was used at home by husband and wife.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a Red and White Cathedral Window Quilt c.1870-1880 from Robbinston Maine. It is all hand stitched in red and white cotton in a pattern intended to closely resemble images of Cathedral windows. All painstakingly hand stitched except for the red binding which was machine stitched by a treadle machine. Signed by its make with a hand stitched "L" in one corner. It was made to fit a 3/4 size bed, which were commonly used in the late 1800s. So this quilt contains a more cranberry red color on each opposing side which was designed to hang over each side and the top lighter red would fit perfectly on the top.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a handmade Mariners Compass Quilt. It is teal green and pink of Pre-WWII Illinois. It is a hand-sewn bed quilt by a wife and mother in Ridgeway, Illinois, named Cecelia Valter Zirkelback. Photo is from 1906 with her husband Peter. They were a prominent family there. It was passed down in the family finally to the granddaughter who kept very good care of her grandmothers quilts, and is now retired. The "Mariner's Compass shapes are arranged with a grid of stripes and checkerboards using teal green and medium pink tones on white. The negative white space has stitched crosshatch patterns.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a pre-1880 Double Irish Chain Quilt. It is in chrome, turkey red, and teal green. It comes from a prominent estate in Maine, and was lightly used. The only wear is from sun fading, meaning it was displayed close to a window. Sunflower medallions fill the open chrome colored blocks. The back was pulled to the front in a sawtooth pattern and handstitched in the front to create the binding. An early representation of appliqué. An example of an underutilized and under appreciated masterpiece of early domestic art.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a c.1890 hand quilted Bow Tie Quilt. Made of brown and late 19th century prints and solids. From the town of Paducah, Kentucky. Initials embroidered on the back reading "M.D". This quilters full name has been lost in time, but was believed to be a prominent matriarch of the time in her town.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

Red and White 1930s bed quilt from the Meredith Family of Deleware. Hand quilted and pieced for a full sized bed. Used especially in winter to brighten up the dreary days with vibrant colors.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a 1930s hand tied wool quilt. It was found in Harrison, Arkansas, where an old lady told the story of its past. Originally property of the Baker family from a country home outside of the main town of Harrison, where it was made by the grandmother and used by her 8 grandchildren as they passed through her cozy home. Wide stripes of brown, beige and turquoise. Tied with tan ties and backed with the palest pink blanket. A style representing the epitome of a bygone era.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a tied wool patchwork quilt from 1940. It belonged to a family in Springfield, Missouri. Comprised of small squares and large squares all wool in tweed, houndstooth and solids. The pieces are all from remnants of found wool suiting fabrics. Browns, navy, green, grey, blue, and red tied yarn. Backed in a purple and deep pink striped blanket. Bound with a red velvet trim.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a 1930 Wool Block Patchwork Quilt. It was made by a grandfather and grandmother in the mid-1930's. The Grandfather worked for Sears for many years, altering men's suits. When he retired he did a little of the same kind of work at home. This quilt was made from scraps and or samples of wool fabric of men's suits that he had from his working days. Grandmother did the hand sewing on the quilt . See the letter from mom in 2004 for the personal narrative. Very heavy from Lafayette, Colorado.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This Postage Stamp Quilt is hand pieced and stitched from c.1915. From 100% cotton feedsack fabric scraps. Made by Meredith Clanton from Delaware to warm her 5 children in their early years.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a c.1800s four patch period print quilt. It spent most of its life in Southmont, North Carolina, whre it was loved lightly and appreciated greatly for its value as a handmade craftswoman piece of art. Hand stitched and pieced from a variety of cotton period print fabrics, and finished with a double border with four patch corner blocks.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

A graphic c.1930 Red and White Fair Play quilt. From a family estate in Meridian, Idaho, this was a wedding gift from mother to daughter and son in law. This pattern has been named and renamed: Fair Play, Quarter Turn, The Pig Pen, Wedding Ring. Bright red and white with intricate hand stitching and hand binding. A color and pattern that looks before its time.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a corduroy 1945 quilt of coral, yellow and blue. It's original home was Delray Beach, Florida. Fine needle cord cotton in the bow tie pattern, bound with Prairie Point appliqué.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This dusty pink wool blanket was curated in Franklin, Pennsylvania. It was produced in mid 19 century and originally used at a camping lodge outside of Franklin, until it was stored in a linen closet for its remaining life.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

Vintage wool plaid pink blue and yellow blanket. Used at a Maine camping and hunting lodge in the early 1900s. Especially in the cold.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This is a handmade quilt in blue and fuchsia pink triangles of Pre-WWII Illinois. Antique hand-sewn bed quilt by a wife and mother in pre-WW II era Ridgeway, Illinois, named Cecelia Valter Zirkelbach -- see her photos at home with her husband Peter above. Photo taken in 1906. They were a prominent family there. It remained in this family until it was passed down to the granddaughter, retired now. The triangle shapes of the design are arranged in a grid of blue and medium pink tones (all hand dyed) on white background. Negative space has stitched feather patterns.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This 5 Patch Quilt is hand stitched from 1920. It shows red borders and is comprised of blues, red and whites. It has been stored away for 50 years. Before that it belonged to the Terrence Residence of South Carolina, whre it was loved and cherished as a token or warmth and slumber.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

This c.1890 Ocean Waves Quilt is from a loving home in Ravenna, Ohio. Hand pieced and quilted with double pink and white double Irish chain pattern, also known as ocean waves. It has almost always been used for decorative purposes, except when the winters got especially cold and the children needed extra warmth by the fireside.

As constant curators of artisan antiques, family heirlooms and their stories, Stan is ever-growing its collection of textiles. This is a brief sampling of our library of SS2021.

Credits

Stan S/S 2021 Coastal Lifestyle Friends
Boundless Journey and Pursuit of Story

The Quintessential Ingredients of Stan

The quintessential ingredients to the heartbeat of Stan are friends, family, story... and of course, 3-4' on a warm sunny Southern California day.

Tristan Beach Style
A One-of-a-kind Jacket Embodies the Spirit of a Soul Surfer

Like a Soul Surfer, Every Piece Has a Unique Journey

An artifact from the NorthEast is transformed to warm the soul of a West Coast beach dweller.

Behind the Scenes at Stan SS21 Covid-Safe Campaign Shoot

Watch behind the lens as a group of friends explore the coast in a 1971 VW bus. Follow a day in the life of a group of West Coast surfers. See BTS of how Stan is staying safe during difficult times. We put Covid-19 safety at the forefront of our campaign so that our models and crew stay safe.