Our statement button-up blouse - the soft, silky, head-turning result of recycling plastic cola bottles in the name of eco-fashion - gets a print update with warm gemstone hues inspired by the flora at the heart of Chile's endemic Valdivian rainforest. As ever, our prints are digitally transferred for minimal impact on the environment. Layer this semi-sheer wide V-neck blouse over a contrast or neutral vest for versatile styling, or over your favourite lace underthings for evening allure.
Allover bespoke rainforest print
Wide open collar
Button through style
Long sleeves with narrow cuffs
Made from a super soft, sheer and floaty chiffon with a silky touch made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles
Composition: 100% recycled polyester
Construction: woven chiffon
Print method: digital
Low environmental impact: recycled polyester requires 70% less energy to make than polyester and the process is largely mechanical. Reusing plastic bottles ensures that the plastic already around in this world gets recycled rather than put into landfill or the oceans. Digitally printed to save water and energy.
True to size
Length: 67cm in size S, 68cm in size M and 69cm in size L
Sleeve length: 60cm in size S
Model wears size S and is 170cm/5'7" tall
Size S = UK 8/10 , Size M = UK 10/12 , Size L = UK 12/14
ABOUT THE DESIGNER Environmentally friendly and ethical fashion is often perceived as beige, hemp, boring, expensive and ‘too artisan’. Cue the arrival of VILDNIS – a sustainable women’s fashion brand that says out with the beige and in with the bold. Translated as ‘wilderness’ from Danish, this London-based, Scandinavian-inspired brand is determined to show that fashion can be kind to the environment and pack serious personality. Its collections are contemporary, edgy, accessible and audacious. Its only point of difference from conventional fashion? VILDNIS is easy on the eyes and your conscience. VILDNIS is founded by Danish-born Ulla Vitting Richards, whose 15 years of experience in the fashion industry exposed her to unethical supply chain and environmental practices that she wanted to set right, without compromising on style.