Find of the Week: Kotoba

Kotoba the Japanese word for language, is also the name of a brand new collection in its very first season, designed by recent Fashion Institute of Technology, fashion design graduates, Melinda Danko and Lindsay Mann.  The collection features timeless, simple and versatile pieces, with unexpected structural details and textures, in the form of lacy stitches and graphic alternation between semi-sheer and solid knit effects. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Kotoba.  For more information, visit Kotoba’s site.

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