Art by @lesleyramirez.art
This collection is inspired by the seemingly-infinite landscapes of raw desert which meet to line wild oceans. The most indigenous, untamed, native and rugged scapes on Earth. Particularly inspired by a love and fascination of the Egyptian Red Sea, Sahara and Sonoran deserts and the expansive stretches of red dirt and wild blue waters which line the West Australian Coastline.
The mystery of all unencumbered corners of the planet where lay pure soils, tall cacti, wildflowers, winds carrying secrets, blue waters, lagoons, springs and red desert rock.
No people. No technology.
In this silence, you will hear - the song of the Earth.
The burnt orange and crisp white fabric colours embody the bold duality of colour in these natural settings, reflective of the duality and wild beauty in each of us. Essence of Earth is weaved into every process and thread. Made from the Earth for the Earth.
This collection is made for chic minimalism and freedom, mirrored by raw Earth. Made so you can dress divinely without leaving a footprint, but instead, leave a positive impact...
⤟Read our mission statement to learn about how your purchase is helping to protect these places we are so enchanted by and blessed with. ⤠
Enjoy, wild beauty. x.
The intention behind this collection is to make dressing beautifully, as simple, mindful and eco-friendly as possible.
The whole 'Song of Desert Sea' Collection, is available in two colours - White and Rust - (you could describe the rust as a burnt orange/desert sand/earthy colour).
*(Please bare in mind, that because all our coloured pieces are dyed using 100% plant-based colouring, that each piece may vary slightly in colour).
The white embodying minimalistic, pure, clean, elegant, versatile, timeless and classic. While the rust embodying bold, statement, earthy, raw, confident, grounded and wild. This divine duality of colour can be worn together, apart or as a matching-colour set.
The collection is made up of trans-seasonal pieces which can all be paired with one another to make multiple outfits from just a few items of clothing.
By investing in a few good quality pieces for your own wardrobe/suitcase, which you can wear over and over again, in many different ways and through all seasons - this is sure to minimise the necessity for over-consuming.