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Terrestrial Magnetism


noun: the magnetic properties of the earth as a whole

The need to reconnect with nature paired with the conscious desire for
self-care and femininity is embodied in the fall/winter collection                                                                                                                                                                                                                “Terrestrial Magnetism” ~terra, earth

This season we add value to mainstream with more sustainable fabric options;
the rambling use of linen, cotton, man-made regenerated viscose
blends, wool blends and recycled polyester.

“Yes” to conscious styles.
Pointing to a more conscious future, we pride ourselves on producing
high quality garments by using natural fabrics and dyes with as little environmental
impact as possible.
We are, more than ever, focused on what contemporary women need
and therefore create grounded, no-fuss aesthetic clothing close to reality.

We are dressing for comfort and ease.
The collection exudes a gentle fluid feel, with a sense of unrestricted
movement in drapey fits and relaxed proportions. The overall aesthetic is
about optimism and uplift, with garments generating happiness.
Traditional patterns are featured in a fresh palette, enhanced by soft textures
and finishes for renewed winter – boho looks.

Retrospective mood
Silhouettes inspired by the 80s, with elevated waistlines, tapered legs,
blouson shapes and lavish details, add just the right amount of femininity
to the AW20-21 collection.
A contemporary approach to color-blocking is worked in asymmetrical
placements driving a revamp of classic garments in linen. The perennial
staple, geometrics employed in large scale, build on a versatile sense of

Earthy, warm spice tones.
The collections’ complexion is based on earthy browns, bourgeois beiges
and subtle yellow hues for a true autumnal finish. Pops of teal and
orange add the ideal refreshing accent in the original direction the “Terrestrial
Magnetism” Winter collection is taking.