Autumn doesn't have to be gray and dark. That’s why we wanted to bring some freshness to this period, Printa-style. Modern silhouettes, fresh colors, powerful shapes - this is the new Printa "Formes" collection.
Printa's designer, Zita Majoros, always designs her collections with the capsule approach in mind, so it provides a harmonious overall picture and can be combined with everything - all colors and styles together.
Base colors include black, white, beige, and navy. These shades provide the perfect base for any wardrobe, as they fit anything and are easy to combine. Did you know that dark blue works well for all color types? Sometimes it is better to choose navy instead of black, it is just as elegant but has a slightly fresher effect.
There are two unusual shades in the collection: lavender and terracotta. These are very popular colors in the summer, but why not wear them in the fall-winter season as well? Feel free to wear the Printa purple cotton jacket or the short overshirt jacket on cooler days! In addition, the popular Printa slouchy pants are now available in these two brilliant colors.
Lavender and terracotta together form an unusual pair for the first time, but the zero waste beaker and french terry t-shirt have shown that the interesting combinations give real refreshment to the eyes, especially the overcast season.
The name “Formes” refers to the unique silhouette and amoeba-like patterns in the collection. The prints are Zita's works, which are applied to natural, fine, sustainable textiles by water-based screen printing. In terms of materials, the collection is dominated by GOTS and OEKO-TEX certified cotton, and those without certification appear in the rawest, unpainted form.
Zita always strives to work with the zero waste tailoring technique - in which János Deák, the tailor of Printa, is already a real master - so "Formes" can be proud of many such pieces. Rubber-bound miniskirt , organic cotton t-shirt , balloon jacket , asymmetrical shirt ; a couple of zero waste examples from the collection that will make you not only stylish but also environmentally friendly.Did you know that the traditional Japanese kimono was one of the first zero waste outfits? The materials were still amazingly expensive at the time, so they tried to protect it and use it all. In the Printa collections, this classic zero waste example always appears in some form, this time with two models: a beige jacquard and a black with a screen print on the back.
Shirts are prominent pieces of “Formes” as they are a completely rethought style, much of which was born from the recycling of shirts. Custom statement pieces, yet absolutely wearable. The asymmetrical white-beige shirt gives your set a little playfulness, and the unique reshirt is a sleekly elegant piece.
The Printa Formes collection is available at the Rumbach Sebestyén Street store and webshop, and the pieces can be taken for photography.