Rosie from Luna and Rose is a total gem of a person. I swear, even her emails imbue sunshine. So, when I did this painting a while ago and mentioned how cool it would be to design a cool tropical textile for some breezy button-up shirts, Rosie was the first person to write me and say, “We could totally do that.”
And it’s pretty darn rad.
So may we present to you, Luna and Rose X Goldish Kiss. The last collab we did was jewelry and a scarf, and well this collection (brace yourself for lots of links)…has that aforementioned breezy button-up, along with sandals, a bucket hat, a clutch/wallet (the zipper details and inside organization are sweet), and of course, a scarf. (Those suckers are pretty darn versatile)
(Note: The jewelry from the last collab was just restocked, in case anyone missed out.)
I whipped up two prints for the collecti0n: The first, Blue Crush, is a lovely blue retro tropical number. Then, Sunny Strokes, is a more simple earthy floral. Each print has its perks, and every item is available in each print. It’s a win-win situation, whatever you choose.
Next up, Rosie’s team in Bali hand-printed the fabric in small batches on some lovely, super soft and breathable natural rayon fabric that was then used to make all of the goods. Rosie runs a super sustainable and ethical ship, and I loved being a part of the process (ok, I learned a LOT too.)
I don’t think I’ve ever used so many exclamation points and the word PUMPED in an email chain as I did for this collection.
I hope you love the collection as much as we do. We know it’s all launching at a crazy time, but we’re also firm believers that wearing a tropical print can be an instant mood booster too.
Thanks for partnering up again, Rosie. Cheers to painting something cool and connecting with pals who know how to make a fun idea a reality.
*They ship internationally
*Prices are listed in AUD – click for USD prices up at the top
*For size reference I’m rocking a Medium in the top (I’m a size 6) and a size 40 sandal (I’m a US size 9)
…ok a few more pics. I know these items deserve a white sandy beach and professional camera, but I kind of also love the iphone and white sheet quarantine photoshoot in my backyard.