Few American fashion designers can rival Teddy von Ranson's exceptional combination of roots and experience. Originally from Canada, Teddy's fashion sense is influenced by his cultured familial surroundings, further enriched by his time spent on the West Coast at California's Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. But it was in New York City that he hit his stride: rising to become lead designer at Ralph Lauren, overseeing both apparel & accessories and then assuming the role of Creative Director at the Frye Group.

Teddy von Ranson's fashion sensibilities bear the indelible mark of these origins, shaped by an impressive 15-year tenure at the iconic brand that set American fashion standards. This fusion has given rise to a distinct aesthetic characterized by an unwavering dedication to detail and the finest craftsmanship. Teddy's design philosophy blends modernity with perennial principles that have guided his career: longevity, timelessness, and style. His designs epitomize a commitment to verity and quality; reflecting the values and style of his followers-individuality with a touch of irreverence.
Building upon this rich foundation, Teddy has founded TEDDY VONRANSON—a brand that serves as a canvas for his vision of the modern American man and the concept of "Modern American Classics." Drawing on his extensive experience with a company that played a pivotal role in shaping American fashion for half a century, he strives to encapsulate the essence of modern American life, reflecting a diverse, multicultural society often influenced by global trends and subcultures.

TEDDY VONRANSON stands as a testament to American design, American production, and American artisans. Teddy is more than just a designer; he is a community builder. He champions a distinctly human company ethos that supports his local economy, empowers New York makers, and engages his community for the greater good. In a world where fashion often transcends boundaries, Teddy von Ranson remains deeply rooted in the essence of American style and craftsmanship.

In 2022, Teddy became an interim CFDA member, won the FGI Rising Star Award in 2023, and has been nominated for American Menswear Designer of the Year at the 2023 CFDA Awards.
Spring/Summer 2024 Collection
An American in Cassis

TEDDY VONRANSON is back to NYFW with a collection that continues to evolve and mature his signature style while delivering a clear message. Rooted in fresh, clean, and modern aesthetics, Teddy strikes a balance between American playfulness and the sophistication of European travel, drawing inspiration from the enchanting South of France, particularly the Côte d'Azur. Imagine "An American in Cassis."

A Fusion of Styles and Proportions

Teddy effortlessly blends French workwear details with the American spirit, crafting modern shapes and silhouettes that resonate with confidence. Key colors and fabrications include denim and indigo, featured not only in signature wide-flared pants, bermudas, and chore coats but also in more tailored styles. The single and double-breasted suiting, car coats, and waistcoats are meticulously designed to provide an oversized, effortlessly cool "louche" fit.
Outerwear Excellence

Teddy's outerwear selection is a testament to his craftsmanship. Among the standout pieces is a cropped, boxy modern field coat that artfully combines subtle nautical elements with classic military style; constructed from nylon canvas in signal yellow, this coat adds texture and a sense of place to the collection. The same vibrant hue also pops up in other categories, including tailoring, knits, and shirting. Meanwhile, suede workwear jackets in rich French blue and sandy tones offer a touch of elegance.

Stripes and Artistry

Stripes play a pivotal role in Teddy's collection and can be found throughout: from the denim pinstripe suiting to versatile pants, shirts, and shorts, every piece has been thoughtfully considered in terms of shape, scale, and proportion. Oversized shirting and artist/sailor-inspired tunics further exemplify Teddy's dedication to blending art and fashion. He takes inspiration from artists like Pablo Picasso and Henry Matisse, along with other abstract surrealists who thrived around the Riviera in the 1960s. Hero pieces include Italian jacquard coats, blousons, and printed silks for oversized woven t-shirts and camp shirts.
Knitwear Elegance

Teddy's prowess in knitwear is undeniable, and this season is no different. He continues to evolve his early classics, such as the openwork polos, now available in striped and color-blocked combinations. Additionally, Teddy introduces exciting new shapes and models, including a tight rib program made of cotton cashmere. These pieces not only evoke the charm of the Riviera but also hark back to vintage swimwear, perfectly complementing the wide-leg,“louche-fitting” trousers.

Teddy has always been a dreamer, and his creative energy is palpable in every piece. As always, his challenge lies in the art of editing, ensuring that his messaging remains clear, focused, and uninterrupted. With this collection, he believes“mission achieved”. Teddy's latest work embodies the essence ofAmerican spirit with a touch of French elegance and is a fitting tribute to his modern American man.
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