At the heart of the collection is the Abiti blouse, inspired by the classic men’s shirt with an oversized fit and made with soft organic cotton tencel. The dresses’ names and styles are inspired by the deserts around the world. Starting from the versatile Sonoran dress, which can be tightened with a belt or left loose, it is named after the Sonoran desert, located on the border between the United States of America and Mexico. Then there is the Sahara dress, slightly oversized in a neutral color. The Joshua dress, for instance, takes its name from the charming Joshua Tree located in the most scenic parks in southeastern California. The color and sleeves recall the intricate foliage of the tree. For more casual looks, the collection also includes a two-piece set, the Namib top and pants, and the Essential and Signature t-shirts – everything made in organic cotton.
Last but not least is the Essential black dress, created using eco-friendly fiber, a yarn from recycled marine plastic, obtained from marine litter recovered from the beaches and oceans as part of the SEAQUAL® YARN initiative. Indeed, the idea consists of working with waste management and recycling industries to transform marine litter into Upcycled Marine Plastic.