SAÏNT MOJAVÏ Unveils Spring/Summer 2021 Sustainable “Made To Order” Collection

After a successful launch of their first “Made to Order” collection last fall, SAÏNT MOJAVÏ, a Los Angeles-based ready-to-wear brand, introduces their second sustainable “Made to Order” Collection. Since the development of her first sustainable collection, Teresa Pinedo, founder and designer of SAÏNT MOJAVÏ, wanted to drastically cut waste and be more thoughtful with each style she created.

The Spring/Summer 2021 “LA ESCAPAR” Collection is a collective of silhouettes designed for the jet-set fashionista who has been yearning for an escape. It is an uplifting collection full of color and playful prints to incorporate joy and hope after such a tumultuous year. 

“There is a sense of spirituality behind every collection and this collection is for those who have been longing for a deeper meaning or just an escape.”,  shares designer Teresa Pinedo.  

Mixed media fabrics like the Green Polkadot Botanica and the Tri-Color Seersucker Plaid are just a glimpse of how picturesque this collection truly is. Reversible Facemasks and Elbow-High Gloves give you fashion with safety.

The sustainably sourced pre-loved, recycled fabrics are from local markets in Los Angeles, making this collection apart of the global initiative to decrease waste and improve their efforts in climate change. 

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Teresa Pinedo founded SAÏNT MOJAVÏ in 2018 with a clear vision to dress and empower women all around the world through fashion. From architectural silhouettes to free flowing designs, the aesthetic of SAÏNT MOJAVÏ is born. The Los Angeles based ready-to-wear line is designed for the jet-set generation that accents the essence of women all around the globe. SAÏNT MOJAVÏ embodies the art of Fashion Escapism through their cruise-wear collections.

The brand transcends trends, promotes timelessness while re-inventing classics with masterful cuts. SAÏNT MOJAVÏ’s goal is to design beautiful garments for all genders and encourage personal expression through fashion.


Source: SAÏNT MOJAVÏ, Beverly Bond