There are times when the connections in my work feel like fate. Such was the case when I was asked to photograph the Rite of Passage collection. I have been fortunate to have a precedent working with clients who bring their passion for mindful sourcing and sustainability into the core of their business. Work and services that are grounded in integrity paired with beauty and practicality speaks directly to me. The garments produced by Rite of Passage are manufactured domestically using fabric created at The Oriole Mill, a boutique mill weaving natural fibers. And they are stunning. This is craft, design, and intention made tangible and wearable. We aimed to capture a sense of elegance and ease in these images, and I think we accomplished that, showcasing the beauty and functionality of the clothing.
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