Vintage Shandong Stool by Erin Fetherston x Fragments Identity


Vintage Asian hand-built solid elm-wood stool, cushioned top upholstered in authentic Mali hand-spun, handwoven & channeled natural heavy-weave cotton mud-cloth. Primitively constructed of mortise & tenon joinery. Accented with individual hand hammered tack-head detailing. Wood inner-frame and cotton. Spot clean mild soap, professional clean.


19"h x 14"w


Known for her enchanting designs and pixie-esque persona, Erin Fetherston is an icon of fashion and style. With degrees from UC Berkeley and Parsons School of Design, the California native launched her eponymous womenswear label at just twenty four, while living abroad in Paris. Fetherston instantly enthralled A-listers and It-girls alike, shifting attitudes around feminine dressing with her eccentric, ethereal style. With a desire to take her collection to the next level, Fetherston returned to the U.S. in 2007, establishing herself in New York City where she has since independently owned and operated her now international business. Fetherston now lives and works between New York City and Los Angeles, where she and husband Gabriel Saporta recently welcomed their first born son.