SUMMER AIR. BIASA’s summer 2018 collection makes a case of cool, calm and collected through delicate free-flowing shapes and artisanal craftsmanship
ELTON Relaxed fit long sleeve shirt
with hand block print Bandhini motif
In a range of tropical styles inspired by “dolce far niente,” an Italian idiom that means “the sweetness of doing nothing,” BIASA’s summer 2018 collection evokes a radiant and youthful energy, as expressed through warm and rich colors that mirrors the landscape of the African Sahara.
EVERT Camp shirt hand block printed
with stairs triangle motif,
Golden camel beige, earthy orange hues, hues of glittering sands and rich blue makes strong appearances, enveloped in BIASA’s signature artisanal techniques like hand stitching, handmade pleats and delicate fringe work as well as appliqué.
ERVIN Camp shirt
with hand block printed tikar motif,
Essentials include a capsule of shirts, kurtas and trousers that are made from traditional handwoven and naturally dyed fabric from India.
EVARDO Natural Indigo dyed long sleeves shirt
Soft and light, several kaftans and shirts are playfully infused with innovative circular cuts and asymmetrical shapes that challenges traditional proportions. The range also extends to evening wear, crafted in silk and chiffon that’s made for sensual summer nights.
EMME Unisex kaftan with irregular ribbon appliqué
The ’50s also makes an appearance in BIASA’s summer collection, with short-sleeves and the ever-loved Hawaiian shirts that is all the rage these days.
ERNST Camp shirt
with hand block printed zebra stripe motif,
Completing the look is none other than a range of unisex sarongs and scarves that is flavored with handmade block prints and dye motifs.
EDGAR Natural Indigo dyed short sleeve Kurta shirt,
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