Fashion label Nanushka began as a modern, versatile, day to night wardrobe, sustainably made, for women. But men were also buying from the minimalist womenswear collection which prompted designer Sandra Sandor to create a sustainable fashion line for men. The first collection, a free-spirited mashup of 70’s style silhouettes, launches this fall. Take a look at the cool new collection and see my Editor’s Picks below.
Harry Styles-Like Appeal
For Nanushka’s new menswear line Sandor fused simple comfort with timeless cool and versatile functionality. She also smartly incorporated sensible, high-performance Japanese textiles for coats, trousers and sweaters. And responsibly sourced silk-blend fabrics for easy t-shirts, knits and accessories. The androgynous designs come in a neutral palette with pastel color tones. The entire collection gives off a chic, Harry Styles-like appeal.
The brand transparently utilized innovation with sustainability. The collection was designed in Budapest and produced in Europe with certified sustainable fabrics, including vegan leather and faux fur. This will appeal to the conscious shopper who is now more likely to turn the tag on apparel items and read the design ingredients.
“I design for the modern human who is respectful of others, of different cultures, and desires to explore the world and constantly seek new challenges. This human cherishes the planet, … likes functionality and values modern spirituality.”Nanushka designer Sandra Sandor
Genderless Style & Flair
Now that Sandor designs a sustainable fashion line for men and women she presents them at the same time during New York Fashion Week. For both collections Sandor plays with masculine and feminine shapes to create genderless pieces with style and flair.
I really feel that’s where we are going, and where fashion is going—in a genderless direction”Nanushka designer Sandra Sandor
Nanushka collections are stocked in over 30 countries internationally including specialty shops and traditional department stores, as well as shipping to 100 countries worldwide.
Below are my Editor’s Picks from the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 collections.
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