The Fashion Plate
You Are Reading

Mother of Pearl Resort 2020: A Beautiful, Sustainable Collection.

0
Womenswear

Mother of Pearl Resort 2020: A Beautiful, Sustainable Collection.

“It’s not hard to design a sustainable collection”

– Mother of Pearl

The Mother of Pearl resort 2020 collection is an edit of their most sustainable designs coupled with a few classic looks that never go out of style. MOP (Mother of Pearl) produces their collection responsibly in a closed loop process. They recycle water to cut down on waste and use fewer chemicals during the manufacture. Designs are made primarily in Tencel silk, a sustainable brand of viscose. Tencel fiber originates from a renewable raw wood material created by photosynthesis. The trees used for Tencel silk are under strict regulations to ensure there is no harm to our planet.

Mother of Pearl Resort 2020 (photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)
Mother of Pearl Resort 2020 (photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)

What’s New

New MOP designs include a dynamic, yarn-fringed leather jacket and trendy leather slouch boots with pearl shaped heels. The leather pieces, made in Portugal, use locally sourced leather, a by-product of the meat industry. Recently the MOP designer shared her intentions to find a more sustainable alternative.

Our shoes aren’t as sustainable as we want them to be, but we are working on it- stay tuned! – Mother of Pearl

Mother of Pearl Resort 2020 (photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)
Mother of Pearl Resort 2020 (photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)

What’s Back

The Marita asymmetrical skirt returns this season in a polka dot print. MOP features the skirt with an impressive yarn-fringed, cable knit cardigan in pearly white.

Mother of Pearl Resort 2020 (photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)
(photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)

The same cable knit sweater also comes in a natural, earthy shade.

Mother of Pearl Resort 2020 (photo: courtesy Mother of Pearl)

The collection features drop waists dresses and flowy trousers and blouses. The bright rustic colors printed digitally onto fabrics help maintain lower water usage.

The new Mother of Pearl collection is on the designer’s e-commerce website. Prices for the East London brand range from $295 for blouses and trousers to $595 for dresses.

About The Author

Nichelle Cole is the founder & creative director of The Fashion Plate magazine. A respected writer, stylist and influencer, she has been published in fashion magazines around the world.

Hey! Leave a comment!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: