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BTS: Block Printing the Alia Print

BTS: How Block Printing Works

Block printing is slow fashion at its finest. Before any print can even come to life, the blocks have to be created. Depending on the intricacy of the print and the number of colors used, 3-5 blocks can sometimes be needed to create one design, as each color needs its own block to fit into the entirety of the print. So, where do we start?

By Nargis Mithaiwala
Model wearing the Estella Corduroy Jumpsuit, sitting down in a park with a white long sleeve underneath

Fall Wardrobe Must-Have: The Jumpsuit

A From, Mila staple, the jumpsuit epitomizes everything we love: bold, colorful and effortless. Our lives are already so busy and chaotic, dressing up and feeling our best should be quick and easy.

By Nargis Mithaiwala
$17 Misprints

$17 Misprints

What's a misprint? Glad you asked! 

By Nargis Mithaiwala
How to tie a bandana: step-by-step

How to Tie a Bandana: Step-by-Step

There are many ways to tie and style a bandana, but we are breaking down the very easy steps to master the most popular and versatile look: around the neck. 

By Nargis Mithaiwala
Hand carved blocks used to create the Capri bandana print

Capri Bandana: Behind the Block Printing Process

Part of our Spring/Summer 2021 collection, the Capri bandana is inspired by our dream summer in Italy, and the vibrant, sherberty print is the perfect accessory to add warmth and ease to every look this season.  Take a look into how the print came to life, from the tracing of the print onto a wooden block, to drying in sunlight, utilizing this natural drying process to give each piece its own unique hue. 

By Nargis Mithaiwala

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