Cult label Rosa Bloom are launching their latest collection with a pop-up shop in the heart of Shoreditch in east London. Opening for previews on 29th May, it will run until 10th June at 32 Charlotte Road.
This is a brand that is changing the way we wear sequins, with its high-octane couture quality aesthetic. Described by one customer as ‘wearable happiness’, the new collection will feature leotards covered with scale-like iridescent sequins and new style statement pieces in time for this season’s festival period.
Made in Bali, where every sequin is stitched on by hand, these are clothes with impact that don’t just change how you look, but transform how you feel. Rosa Bloom is part of a new wave of independent brands with a dynamic approach to the challenge of making the fashion industry more sustainable. From using GOTS certified organic cotton, to building a close and transparent working relationship with the people who make their clothes, founder Rosa Hirsch-Holland has the bit between her teeth when it comes to her brand’s ethics, as shown in this recent short film.