A week on Instagram

Last week the Design Team was on location again photographing the Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Shooting “Fall” in Spring can be a challenge but this year the weather obliged us with a late season Nor’easter that quickly melted away over the course of a single day.

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Photo courtesy of @threadpanda

 

Chris Vaccaro, our photographer for this shoot, found us this dream of a location on a rocky point on the tip of Jamestown, RI. Rhode Island’s coast goes from the the sandy beaches, reminiscent of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to the wild rocky beauty that feels like Acadia National Park in Maine.

Our first-day model was a trooper as we attempted to work the snow to our advantage while it quickly melted (dripping on everything and soaking our shoes in the process).

After the first day, the snow was gone but things got cold. We mostly shoot outdoors in natural light, but mercifully there was an afternoon of interiors in a beautiful house to warm everyone up. This home was built by the artist/architect owner, who utilized architectural salvage as well as his own work to create this masterpiece of a home. There are glass ceilings/floors on 2 levels which floods the place with light.

This year we have a bumper crop of new yarns to introduce with and a pattern collection to go with it. In a few short months, you’ll be able to see the full collection at an LYS near you, but in the meantime, you can follow us @berrocodesign on Instagram for more knitwear photography.

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Photo courtesy of @emilynoraoneill

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