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Sí Collective + Fashionkind

Bora Bora Top
$530
Sí Collective + Fashionkind
Region Colombia
Cause
Artisan craft,  Emerging economies,  Vegan,  Women's empowerment, 

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Our Leal Daccarett Bora Bora Top features off the shoulder puffed sleeves, a cropped hem, and a back zipper. Perfect for pairing with wide leg pants. Handcrafted by artisans in Colombia.

The Best of Latin American Design

Sí Collective x Fashionkind
Giving you access to the best of Latin American design for seasons to come. Each designer honours their commitment to the men and women who create their pieces — masters of ancient weaving and crafting techniques that are at risk of disappearing if not properly supported.

Artisan Crafts and Natural Fibers

Colombian design duo Francisco Leal and Karen Daccarett first met while studying at Istituto Marangoni, in Milan. With an ultra-femme approach to design, their collections combine skilled craftsmanship and details with architectural volumes, vibrant color palettes and mixed patterns. Season after season, Leal Dacarett builds upon a world of whimsical pieces that can either be worn to celebrate a special occasion or to make a special occasion out of the everyday.