Introducing Chinti and Parker.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

New to the store this Fall is Chinti and Parker. A beautiful conscious cloth collection from London. 
We love what they create. We love their mandate. We love cottons + cashmere's. I mean, who doesn't?
Above is the bright blue Aran Sweater. A classic heritage style. 
Neon Star Sweater in grey. Navy and white moon sweater. Both Cashmere. Both knock outs!
A-line stripe dress. Stripes are a neutral. Stripes are necessary. 
Printed shirt dresses for the win! 
Totally all over this Trapeze dress. It has teeny mirror flecks roaming about. 
Dreamy! Like sitting under the stars kinda dreamy. 
Simple Sailor Tee's. Signature tee in a 4 point star print. Darling. 
In navy and in cream. 
Oversized Tooth print button down. A bite on a classic.  
Mirror fleck skirt. Super darling! I'm telling you, this entire collection is outstanding. A must see. 


Cousins Anna Singh and Rachael Wood launched Chinti and Parker in October 2009 with a clear mission: to create beautiful, ethically made garments that value style on par with substance. Super-soft fabrics, flattering cuts and a palette that combines key neutrals with fashion-conscious colourways and prints has become the brand’s blueprint, providing the building blocks of the perfect capsule wardrobe.

Conscious Cloth

Using high quality natural materials that are chosen for both their inherent beauty and ethical consideration, Chinti and Parker clothing spells a new era of style and luxury, one that is built on integrity and sustainability, and one which far outlives seasonal trends.

Materials & Provenance

Production decisions always consider the beauty and quality of a garment in line with ethical and environmental concerns. All jersey (cotton, bamboo and cotton-cashmere) is produced in Portugal, and cotton jersey is 100% organic except for grey marl. Cashmere and wool are made from fine Italian yarns in a small family run factory in Mauritius. Though outside the EU, this is a considered choice due to the exceptional love and expertise they offer when making our cashmere and wool garments. Woven cotton pieces are produced in both Portugal and India. The latter is a step that supports local industry and growth in this developing country, where both Anna and Rachael have family.

Transparency & Responsibility

Each garment comes with a tag stating its individual ethical credentials, so you can see clearly whether it’s organic, fair trade or made within the EU. In order to limit unwanted environmental damage, Chinti and Parker actively offsets carbon emissions as outlined by the Carbon Neutral Company.

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