Iman Fringed Top

£315.00

‘Iman’ - a name that roughly translates to mean ‘faithful person.’
We have used plants indigenous to the desert and for this design - the burnt orange, spidery leucaspurnum flower can be seen best in the balls in the bottom left of the image, but also they peep through the tile tessellation in places.

The top is fringed with raw edges and is designed to slip on as a beach cover up or to be dressed up for the night.

Garment details
This garment and is made to order and we will contact you to get your measurments

- 35% silk 65% cotton voile

- Printed in UK using a digital printing process therefore eliminating ink wash off

- Finished in UK

- Delivered in a bespoke box

- Dry Clean only

Delivery
UK delivery
Our couture garments are usually delivered within 28 days in UK.
You will be required to provide a signature to accept the delivery.
If you have any special delivery requirements send an email to fashion@luvshifting.com telling us what you need, please also provide a phone number we can call you back on.

International delivery
There is no extra cost and we will contact you with step by step progress of your delivery once it has been dispatched.

BESPOKE
If you'd like this item in a different size or fabric then get in touch on fashion@luvshifting.com with a phone number and we'll call you to discuss your requirements.

Part of our Noctcaelador collection

Noctcaelador - “Emotional attachment to, or adoration of, the night sky.”

Appreciation of the night sky is declining because of society’s attachment to technology. The sky stories we told each other in ages past are becoming increasingly lost to the superficial light we now immerse ourselves in. Noctacaelador imagines flying over the desert under the night sky on a carpet of indigenous plants, looking up at the constellations of stars and down at landscape. As is always our desire, we have contrasted this with the problems that plants have when they are grown in a place immersed in light pollution. As our design journey continues we introduce the image of the Arabian night tales: scarves blowing in the breeze, horse-back travels across the desert and Arabian tile tessellation.

Availability

  • made to measure

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