Collection of tunics in sun + fog palate.
Geo + Indie
V-Neck crop, in salt + pepper wool.
Slim tunic, made with organic cotton from Vreseis Limited.
Slip dress in a bias cut rayon knit.
Shown in wool, with cashmere.
Crop top in plaid, shown with vintage denim.
The introduction of the Dolman Crop, Alenka Slip dress, and other ideal layering staples over this past season leads us to an exciting and inspired coming season.
Spring should bring forward a seamless transition- one with dusted rose and desert-tones, warm hues from the organic cotton grown in Capey Valley, rich indigo in varying levels of saturation- pairing with classic KOSA silhouettes, while continuing to evolve as a sustainable apparel brand, remaining flexible and creative- to ensure the process creates a positive impact by producing zero-waste, and promoting bio-dynamic textile operations.
By extending the values of KOSA Arts through this line of apparel, our community has the opportunity to make an impression on a larger scale- by supporting ethical and sustainable practices in the industry- through insight, conscious consumerism, and an organic disperse of knowledge for an elevated public awareness.
Leather Wallet, details.
Lined with brown streak chambray.
Organic natural brown cotton cultivated by Sally Fox in Capay Valley, CA. Spun, woven and eco-finished in Japan.
Rayon knit tunic.
Slink, in its own pillow case.
The "slink" tunic comes in its own pillow case. Without it, she's languid...pleasantly lazy and peaceful, yet, unable to keep her composure.
Ayla silhouettes. Shown in linen gauze
In heavy work-wear weight chambray, with single needle detailing and metal shanks.
Detailing of needle-work, and texture of fabric.