I believe in uniquity. That is why each and every one of my designs is created with a one-of-a-kind individual in mind. Unlike mass production, there is something special about knowing that you have one of just a few pieces made. You and I are part of something that was developed with care, precision, and passion. I want for you to go back to your closet for this "favorite" time and time again.

I have belief that it is important to understand where and how your garment came to life. It all begins with a sketched design, followed by a careful selection of fabrics and trims from all around the world. I then sew each piece with love in my North Carolina studio.

My designs are made in small quantities with a non-seasonal approach throughout the year, so each piece is unique and wonderful. There is a dedication to quality and detail in every garment.



Amanda Vaughn-Redmon graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005 with a  B.F.A in Fashion Design. 

Shortly after graduating, she landed a design position with Urban Outfitters Inc. She designed for the company for several years before moving back home to North Carolina with her musician husband, Dusty. Now they share a home on a pond with their little boy Dillinger and growing "zoo".

Since then she continues to freelance design for Urban Outfitters and Belk, while at the same time immersing herself in her own clothing label, Formation. 

Recently she joined forces with a couple gals, like-minded in her creative spirit to open a lifestyle and makerspace shop in downtown Winston-Salem. The shop is called Kleur.  



Amanda in her home- 2015.

Amanda in her home- 2015.