We love NeobotanicFashion’s new artistic, cutting-edge style, based on floral and plant motifs. The collection consists of shirts, scarves, ties and accessories, and is full of creative logos and patterns that promise to fill your wardrobe with striking patterns and prints.
Because the brand uses small print-run patterns and designs for each item, the products are unique. In addition to offering retro patterns and shapes, NeobotanicFashion also use an innovative 2-D and 3-D pattern cutting system to create each collection.
Established in 2012 by designer Olga Ankudinova, the first collection went on to appear that same year at Paris Fashion Week. Olga’s fashion and sample-making studio, Neobotanic Limited, is based in east London where so many of the city’s fashion creatives hang out.
As with all our favourite brands, NeobotanicFashion also keeps the brand ethically focused and pays tribute to our natural heritage. “As our prints, shapes and silhouettes are all influenced by nature, we tend to work with natural fibres and buttons crafted from coconut shells,” says Olga. “The collection aims to utilise natural sources to revamp them into beautiful pieces as well as long-lasting, high quality garments.”