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STAN - FW21 Collection

Event
Fall 2021
Launch
Mon - Feb 15, 2021 1:10 pm - 1:20 pm EDT
Status
Finished

Designer Tristan Detwiler’s Stan Fall/Winter 2021 seasonless and gender-neutral collection is inspired by the Bumann Quilters of Olivenhain, California. In 2018, Detwiler joined The Bumann Quilting group, a weekly get-together where women share a fellowship and common bond in the history of the land, textiles, and the art of quilting. In this group, stories of passed down textiles and personal family narratives are lovingly shared amongst the members. The Bumann Quilting group warmly welcomed Tristan into their group and consider him to be a fellow defender and champion of their art form as well as a conduit to the next generation of quilters.
This collection is set at the historic Bumann Ranch, owned by quilting group member Adeline ‘Twink’ Bumann and her husband Richard. The land, inherited by Richard, was a historic ranch homesteaded by his great grandfather in 1860 when it was then a 480 acre property. Richard considers himself the memory-keeper of bygone generations of his family, and prides himself on keeping the land and its traditions alive for the next generation. “If I am not successful, much of what happened will be lost,” he says. Similarly, Tristan sees himself as a guardian and advocate of the Bumann Quilters legacy.
The Fall/Winter 2021 campaign was photographed and filmed at the Bumann Ranch and focuses on each of the incredible quilters of the group: Twink, Claire, Jan, Faith, and Flora. Each woman has instilled in Tristan a sense of tradition, and gifted him with the techniques and expertise they themselves had been bestowed by previous generations.

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This coat and drawstring trouser set is made from a 1920's One Patch Quilt. Curated by Claire Weidemier McKarns of the Bumann Quilters of Olivenhain.

This elongated trench style jacket and drawstring trouser set is made from two early 1900's wedding quilts from New Jersey. They have been in the care of John and Cindy and their family for the past four decades.

This jacket is made from a c. 1870-1880 Red and White Cathedral Window Quilt from Robbinston Maine. It is 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 maker 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 lighter red would fit perfectly on the top.
The shirt is made from a 1920's red and white 9 patch quilt top, deconstructed from its original cotton backing. Hand stitched by a commissioned quilter in Alabama.
The drawstring trousers are made from a 1900's cabin quilt.

This hoodie style jacket is hand-quilted in blue and fuchsia pink from Pre-WWII Ridgeway, Illinois. Hand sewn by mother and wife Cecelia Valter (nee Zirkelbach) at her home with her husband Peter. They were a prominent family there. Passed down to the granddaughter.

This jacket and drawstring shorts set is made from a c. 1900 wedding quilt from New Jersey. Curated by John and Cindy and used by their family and children.

This hoodie style jacket is made from a late 19th century French coverlet.

This jacket is made from a faded red wool camp blanket from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The original tag reads "S.C. Camp".

This jacket is made from a c. 1880-1890 blue and white ocean waves quilt curated by Cindy Rennel.
The sweater is made from a c.1960's crochet throw blanket from Colorado. Curated by David.
The shorts are made from a 1940's linen napkin set from Maine.

This jacket is made from a 1920's 9-patch variant quilt from the South. Curated by Jim Hedges.

This jacket is made from a 1930's candy stripe 'Ayers of Lachute' wool blanket originally from Toronto, then passed down to Kamas, Utah.

This jacket and drawstring shorts set is made from a vintage wool plaid pink, blue and yellow lodge camp blanket from the early 1900's. Originally used in a hunting lodge in Maine.

This jacket is made from a blue and white autograph quilt dated "embroidered in 1929 and quilted in 1971." Among the hand-stitched autographs are names of family members and American Pioneer themed designs.
The drawstring shorts are made from a blue white chevron stripe quilt from Voorhees, New Jersey.

This hoodie and drawstring trouser set is made from a dusty pink wool camp cottage blanket. Removed original satin binding and stored in a closet in Ohio.

This cardigan style jacket is made from a college stadium blanket. Embroidered '1996-1997' and patched with a big letter "A".
The hoodie is made from a c. 1900's friendship blanket, signed and dated by 30+ friends and family members. Curated by Claire Weidemier McKarns.

This jacket is made from a c. 1930's bright red and white hand-stitched "Fair Play" quilt. There are other names for this style of quilt including "Quarter Turn", "The Pig Pen", and "Wedding Ring". From Meridian, Idaho.

This zipper front jacket is made from a Dutch plaid blanket from c. 1940. From Zwolle, The Netherlands.
The layered long coat is made from two vintage camp blankets. The green is made from a 1930's blanket from the Lisk estate in Clifton Springs, NY. It was Mrs. Lisk's camp blanket in its former years, but contains the original label "Elaine Morris". The red is from a St. Mary's burgundy wool throw from Trenton, NJ.

This short sleeve hoodie style jacket is made from a vintage tan wool carriage blanket from Carmichael, California.
The trousers are made from a deadstock pink moire. Hand painted with West-Coast surfer iconography.

This jacket is made from a Woolrich Patchwork Corduroy Quilt Blanket from a home in Georgetown, Texas.
The layered jacket is made from a late 1800's carriage/sleigh plaid wool blanket. With a reinforced canvas border, and several repairs from the decades of use.

This jacket is made from a vintage tan checkered wool camp blanket from Kingsport, Tennessee.

This jacket is made from a c. 1930's Jack Frost Woolen Mills striped wool camp blanket from Chehalis, Washington.
The layered jacket is made from a late 1800's French coverlet with a braided fringe hem.

This overshirt is made from a c. 1910 embroidered linen table cloth from Long Island, New York.

This elongated jacket is made from a 1930's wool hand made square patch quilt. It was made by Elizabeth McDowell for her family including three young boys.

This coat is made from an antique original handmade Suzani embroidered textile. Made by an Uzbek or Northern Afghan tribal family, then brought here from Afghanistan.

This jacket is made from two vintage blankets: a vintage tan checkered wool camp blanket from Kingsport, Tennessee, and a vintage brown striped wool military blanket from Cranston, Rhode Island.

This jacket is made from a c. 1890 wool Amish quilt. Distinguishable by the saturated floral print quilt backing.
The layered jacket is made from a c. 1900 blue and cream hand-woven coverlet from Long Island, NY.
The trousers are made from a 1980's French Fryzz "1980's COOL" California Spuds potato sack, used for advertising purposed for the California Spuds Company.

This jacket is made from a c. 1910 stacked patchwork baby quilt. Hand sewn from wool fabrics and knotted in multicolored puffy ties.

This jacket is made from a c. 1890 Fox and Geese quilt from Paducah, KY. Hand pieced blocks with a variety of late 19th c. and early 20th c. prints. Filled with home-grown batting.

This vest is made from a mid 1900's hand-crocheted throw blanket, curated by David.

This zipper front jacket is made from a c. 1900 satin log cabin quilt from Long Island, NY.

This jacket is made from a late 1800's 8 pointed star Amish quilt. Curated by the Smithsonian American Quilt collection.

Credits

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Bumann Quilter Claire Weidemier McKarns

Treasuring the Quilters of History

Stan gains most of its inspiration from the Bumann Quilters of Olivenhain. A quilting group that let in Tristan to pursue the prolonging of the stories behind quilts.

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C.1900 Original Olivenhain Homestead Living Room

Antique Textiles Tell The Stories of Time

This living room is the original house of the Bumann Family, a property homsteaded in 1860. It is the home of memories of 12 childbirths and three generations.

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