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15 Nov

MARIA BA at London Fashion Week 2019

Maria Ba – a sustainable fashion brand from Barcelona has showcased its Spring-Summer Collection during London Fashion Week September 2019.

This collection is tribute to The Grate Gatsby movie released in 2013.
The story of two opposite social backgrounds, the working class and the
high society of New York, trying to find the point where they meet.
The outfits are all about the contrasts, handmade details and flowing fabrics of the 1920s. Classic pastel colors yet modern necklines and hemlines with a feminine/masculine mix.

Embellished silk pijamas, denim pieces and side buttoned pants mark some of the male inspired outfits. The classic flapper dress is re-invented in a wide fringed shirt. Playful accessories like embroidered sequin flowers, delicate velvet bows and lace gloves enhance the outfits.

While the luxurious 1920s universe is at the core of the collection, it also remains very modern and “everyday” for a woman with a sense of identity.

While the luxurious 1920s universe is at the core of the collection, it also remains very modern and “everyday” for a woman with a sense of identity.

Our Values
‘As a conscious brand, we believe in treating animals and their habitats with respect. We promote a cruelty-free philosophy and continue to innovate ways of creating sustainable materials.Some of the actions undertaken is to turn the back on leather, fur or feathers in the collections, as well as creating one-of-a-kind fabrics that are as luxurious as they are conscientious. This sense of responsibility and forward thinking is present when we design our collections and manufacture the clothes. Fair trade is also an important value within Maria BA, sourcing locally and having a close relationship with suppliers ensure an on-going control over the supply chain, supports the work of artisans and empowers their communities.’

www.mariabarreca.com

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