Kitri has really been knocking it out of the park lately with their designs. Jessie Bush’s third and final collection with the brand is launching any day now (waiting lists are already open), and they’ve now launched an equally exciting line to ramp up excitement even more.
The Kitri Deadstock collection is special in that it honours some of the brand’s best trending pieces from the past. They have taken customer favourite prints from their archive, and reimagined them in sellout silhouettes for the new season, giving your Autumn wardrobe the perfect juxtaposed nostalgic/modern edge.
What’s more, while the Kitri Deadstock collection is a way to honour the past and give the fans what they want, it’s also in line with the brand’s commitment to creating sustainable fashion; to make the new designs, they’ve used remaining stock of former fabrics, rather than creating any new. This feeds into a zero-waste approach that works towards more of a circular economy where everything is re-used and re-purposed, rather than being thrown away.
The prints span across classic spots and florals to bold cowprint and sungod shapes, in two gorgeous silhouettes. The casual midi Persephone Dress has been designed in Black Floral, Berry Spot and Green Cow Print, and is retailing for £165, while the shorter, dressier Harlow Dress has been made with Green Spot, Sungod and Black Floral fabrics, and is selling for £135.
Both dresses are available to buy now online in their respective prints, and are ideal for mixing up your new season wardrobe; pick up the Persephone for day time brunches with friends, and the Harlow number as festive party season approaches.