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Behind the Design: The Let's Flamingle Collection

We sat down with PAIR's VP of Merchandising and Top Frame Product Development Emily Gerhardstein, for her take on all things regarding our newest limited edition Let's Flamingle Collection! We're so excited to pick Emily's brain about the collection and learn more about the inspiration behind it all. 

Behind the Design: Love Wins

What was the inspiration behind Let’s Flamingle?

“Wanted to change it up a bit by introducing a more painterly hand. Flamingos are so fun, bright, and love the pop of color! As I started to pull inspration I started to let my mind wander and it led me to a tropical paradise. As we are getting ready for summer and people are now able to safely get together that's how Let’s Flamingle got its name! ”

Let's Flamingle - Design details seen in this collection

Could you share with us the sketches that inspired the Let’s Flamingle Collection?

“We have some really talented artists here. This is Lucy hand painting the Sea Turtles!”Let's Flamingle - Behind the Design

What is something surprising that we might not know about this collection? 

“This is our first time showing a split design with half of it patterned and the other half solid! Thought it would be fun to change it up a bit.”

Let's Flamingle - The Rainbow Brush for Larkin

Which Top Frame design is your favorite? 

“I love a good tropical and the party pineapples are soooo fun!”

Let's Flamingle - Party Pineapples Top Frames for the Larkin

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Big thanks to Emily for giving us even more insight into our newest collection. Which design in this collection is your favorite? 

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The length of the temple arm, from the front of the frame to the end tip