Spring Fashion from Utah’s Local Designers and Artisans

This spring, Utah’s fashion aficionados can look forward to a refreshing blend of contemporary styles and timeless aesthetics, all born from the creative minds of local talent. Expect collections that redefine fashion’s ecological footprint while seamlessly blending functionality with flair through a wide array of styles that cater to the dynamic lifestyle of Utah’s residents.

Cashmere three piece (skirt, top, scarf) in lavendar by ZenZee, $350.
ZenZee—Maven District  156 E. 900 South, SLC. Sharon Backurz and her amazingly talented team believe in keeping it local with their regular pop-ups and community events. For beautiful handcrafted pieces, upcyled sweaters and trending fashion, follow @zenzeeofficial on IG—you won’t be disappointed!

Fice Gallery, Premier Ivory, men’s button up, $68.
Fice Gallery—160 E. 200 South, SLC. Since 2008, Fice has been at the forefront of local streetwear, contemporary art and music. Fice collections are designed by local creatives and through collaborations with bigger names like the Utah Jazz. Check out their IG (@ficegallery) for more information on upcoming art galleries, shows and the latest in streetwear.

Gigi Pip Dakota Triangle Crown hat, dark gray, $129.
Gigi Pip—360 W. 300 South, SLC.  Starting from the design room right here in the good ol’ SLC, Gigi Pip hats go through as many as 70+ steps prior to arriving at your doorstep. WOW. Check out their IG (@gigipip) for the latest in what’s trending (and their gorgeous photos).

House of Tenebris—3345 S. 300 West, South Salt Lake. Self-taught, husband and wife duo Rachel and Adrian Prazen’s beautiful geometric designs definitely stand out in a crowd. For the past 12 years they have been creating modern avant-garde jewelry out of metal, wood and leather etched with acid and an old press. Follow them @houseoftenebris on Instagram and be sure to set an appointment to check out their studio.

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: House of Tenebris, Stone and metal earrings, $85. Acid etched, brass cuff bracelet, $100. Adjustable gold-tone ring, $75. Brass plate necklace with blue stone, $150.

O.C. Tanner Jewelers—15 S. State St., SLC.For over 90 years, O.C. Tanner Jewelers has been creating beautiful, ethically sourced, jewelry right here in Salt Lake. They feature international name brands along with local jewelry artisans. Check out their Instagram (@octannerjewelers) to stay up-to-date on their impressive collections. 

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Confetti multi-color diamond necklace, 18K rose gold, $3,760. rown pavé diamond ball necklace, 18K rose gold, $1,540. Diamond circle necklace, 18K rose gold.

O.C. Tanner, Sethi Couture:
TOP: Diamond Bangle in 18k Yellow Gold.$5,400, Rose cut diamond scroll bangle, 18K white gold, $5,600  
MIDDLE RIGHT: Chanel set brown diamond bangle, 18K rose gold, $4,900,  Chanel set brown diamond bangle, 18K rose gold, $4,900,
BOTTOM LEFT: Bezel set diamond bangle, 18K rose gold, $$5,900. Rose cut brown diamond scroll bangle, 18K rose gold, $5,200.

Available at O.C. Tanner Jewelers, octannerjewelers.com.

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