1. Two-tone skirt, knitted in Nepal using a super soft blend of organic cotton and cashmere.
  2. Multicoloured skirt, featuring a unique custom-made print pattern on viscose, representing the symbol of ‘Wolf Teeth/ Dinti de Lup’ — an omnipresent motif in the Romanian traditional arts and crafts, usually represented through a repetition of triangles. The skirt is designed with adjustable size and it can be worn overlapped.
  3. Hand-knitted skirt, made with love in Maramures, Romania, by artisan Monica Varga.This unique skirt is made from organic cotton yarn and has an adjustable waist.
  4. Hand-knitted midi skirt made from merino wool by artisan Marina Varga
  5. Hand-knitted skirt with cotton poplin details. The skirt is made from merino wool by artisan Monica Varga
  6. Holographic dress with a bias cut and silk lining
  7. Gathered skirt made from viscose with handmade gathering details made by local craftsmen from Maramures, Transylvania. The skirt has an adjustable fit due to its closure with hand knotted lace
  8. A fine tailored skirt with endless hand shaped ribbons made from black shiny viscose. The skirt comes in white viscose as well
  9. Silk and printed viscose skirt with a smocking effect. The dress has a left slit and an invisible zipper on the left side as closure
  10. Black skirt made from wool with velvet belt. Part of the IDentity Collection 2016, and the result of a cultural project financed by the Romanian Ministry of Culture through a programme meant to support the expansion of cultural and creative industries in Romania