Raya and the Last Dragon is a story about strength, perseverance, and love. In collaboration with Disney, this piece celebrates Raya's character and her groundbreaking movie. Inspired by her iconic cape, we created a piece that evokes the power, detail, and beauty of the original costume.
Our piece features a side sleeve, high neck, and gold trims and brings Raya's look to the modern woman. This modern take on Raya's cape was created to promote the release of the movie in theaters and Disney+.
Made entirely with recycled and upcycled materials and designed to avoid textile waste.
Lina Mayorga X Reveal 10
Reveal Ten exposes consumers to limited pieces that are daring, innovative, and effortlessly stylish. Reveal Ten releases custom designs from ten emerging designers from the industries top fashion institutions.
Exclusive Lina Mayorga’s Asymmetrical Top was designed and produced in New York and made of upcycled fabrics and constructed with a zero-waste pattern technique.
LINA MAYORGA X VI.VE APPAREL VOL. 1
Vi.Ve Apparel is a boutique for sustainable and vintage fashion located in Puerto Rico. It offers a curated selection of sustainable and organic pieces from different brands and designers.
Lina Mayorga x Vi.Ve Apparel Vol. 1 is a collection made exclusively for Vi.Ve Apparel and their customers. It is a collection designed by Lina Mayorga and inspired by Vi.Ve Apparel's seasonal moodboard. For Vol. 1, Vi.Ve Apparel wanted to express the beauty of the wonderful flamboyant tree and asked designer Lina Mayorga to come up with a capsule collection of wearable formalwear casual pieces inspired by the beauty of the Puerto Rican tree, Flamboyant.
Price ranges between $150 to $450 USD depending on the piece. Every garment was made with organic and upcycled materials and created for the Vi.Ve Apparel customer.
DUCFS Fashion Show
Students at Durham University raised an astonishing £150,000 for the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) through their hugely popular annual charity fashion show, which took place last week - February 2019.
In the same week, a parliamentary committee found that major UK fashion retailers are failing to promote sustainability. Durham students took to the runway in support of sustainable fashion and workers' rights. This twin focus made EJF, the charity that looks at environmental security through a human rights lens, a natural choice of charity partner.