Single panel midi kaftan in white with black large people design.
Working closely with Mexican artisans, former British VOGUE stylist Pippa Holt has created a range of kaftans for the beach or city. Cool and minimal, this pared back kaftan offers a monochrome palette of white and black 'people' motifs. Created by artisans Guelacia and Margarita Garcia this traditional ‘people’ design is a recurring theme in their craft; the symbols represent family, love and unity. Kaftan No.141 is finished with a limited-edition neckline representing beehives. +
Founded in 2016 by British Vogue stylist, Pippa Holt, her eponymous line of kaftans celebrates a love of indigenous textiles, far-flung travel and beautiful, original holiday attire.
Collaborating with a group of artisans in a remote part of Mexico, together they have created a colourful collection for the beach or the city, each style exuding an understated luxury.
It takes each artisan one month to make a kaftan and, due to the way they are meticulously hand-crafted, no two are the same. Naturally dyed cotton thread is woven into cloth using a back-strap loom, an ancient weaving technique that has been used for generations.