Three panel supermini kaftan in white with blue and red motifs
Former British VOGUE stylist Pippa Holt collaborates with artisans to make kaftans that are handmade using traditional techniques. This supermini style is a versatile, easy-to-move-around in length, which falls to above the knee and makes a fun alternative to longer length styles. The red and blue motifs on the white base are symbolic in this traditional Mexican community of weavers of family, love and unity. Red, white and blue make for a fresh colourway for the Resort 19 season.
Dry clean or delicate machinewash
"I love the authenticity of these kaftans and how comfortable they are to wear. I call them my "holiday Heroes: they pack small, work day and night on a beach, in a city, with or without a belt. They are incredibly versatile." The Pippa Holt kaftan collection celebrates the former British Vogue stylist’s love of indigenous textiles, far-flung travel and beautiful, original attire. Collaborating with a group of artisans in a remote part of Mexico, together they have created a colourful collection for the beach and the city. Holt first started wearing the kaftans when she was living in Houston nothing prepared her for the searing Texan heat and she ended up wearing them every day. It takes one month to make each unique kaftan and, due to the way they are hand-crafted, no two are the same. Naturally dyed cotton thread is woven into cloth using a backstrap loom, an ancient weaving technique that has been used by generations in this community. The colours of the threads are dyed from natural processes using vegetables and flowers.
Comfortably fits those who are between a size Xsmall-Xlarge. This item's measurements are: Approximatley: 70cm wide x 84cm long
* Each kaftan woven by hand on a backstrap loom and is unique, therefore measurements can vary slightly.