Emory & Diane Sittig
Your new go-to mother-daughter.
design duo delivering timeless yet mindful
fashion that you can feel good wearing.
Low impact materials
High quality sustainability
MADE IN LOS ANGELES , CA.
“Our generational difference gives us an element of internal checks and balances that women of every age can appreciate. Together we can provide a garment that’s going to be classic and beautiful, but also feels modern and ‘of the moment’”.
It was while Diane’s nest was emptying and Emory was nearing her college graduation from NYU that the two decided to forge their creative interests and talents and launch Emory Bee, a clothing label with an eye toward style and an ethical heartbeat. “We basically do everything together and have pretty much morphed into a single organism” says Emory. They both have a hand in every element of the brand. They design together, source materials together, make every decision together. “Our generational difference gives us an element of internal checks and balances that women of every age can appreciate. Together we can provide a garment thats going to be classic and beautiful, but also feels modern and ‘of the moment’”. Their latest collection revolves around classic silhouettes paired with sustainable and ethical fabrics like the softest faux furs and buttery vegan cupros, which are not only beautiful on their own but echo what they believe to be an industry responsibility, an environmental legacy to feel proud of. These are clothes you can feel good in, and feel good about.
Something that we perpetually have up on every mood board and what we generally always try to keep in mind is the word “legacy”. Everyday we make an effort to make responsible choices for our planet and all the beings that inhabit it in order to leave behind a "legacy" of positive action. Fashion is the third most polluting industry in the world after oil and agriculture. That is why every decision we make is guided by the principle of "legacy" - using sustainable and ethical fabrics in the effort of leaving behind as little environmental impact as possible in every garment that we make. After all, nothing changes if nothing changes.