St. Agni‘s latest collection UKIYO translates tofloating, fleeing or transient world, a sensibility that rings true now more than ever. Taking cues from the utilitarianism of Japanese workwear and the sculptural articulations of Isamu Noguchi, the collection is an ode to the timeless appeal of organic forms. Silk blazers, belted trousers, and workwear jackets explore the symbiotic relationship between function and shape. Combining the brute beauty of practicality with effeminate accents and exaggerated silhouettes, each piece seeks to harmonise the feminine and masculine elements while gesturing towards a philosophy of understated simplicity. Crafted entirely of natural fibres, the latest collection reflects a commitment to sustainable practices that seek to honour and protect the landscapes from which they draw inspiration. The innovative collection of hemp, bamboo, raw silk and linen honours the sensual aspects of dressing oneself, namely, the interplay between texture and touch and was crafted from the woman that dresses with all five senses in mind. The collection is set to be released in June 2020 and is available now for a limited time at Moda Operandi.