Koral and David Koma partner for sustainable 'luxeleisure' collection
British designer David Koma has joined forces with Ilana Kugel, founder and creative director of Koral, for a sustainable 'luxeleisure' collaborative collection.
Kugel, a U.S designer and CFDA member, and Koma, a Central Saint Martins graduate, have teamed up for their take on an eco 'luxeleisure' line for women, fusing the LA-based designer’s luxe performance brand with the Londoner's ultra bodycon styles.
“It’s a dream come true to have created a capsule collection that embodies what Koral is all about, performance, fashion, and sustainability and no one better to share that vision than with David Koma,” said Kugel.
The 24-piece collection, offered in a range of neutrals and bold statement colors, boasts bodysuits with cut-out detailing and layer-ready sweat sets, practical enough for the everyday while remaining elevated.
With a focus on sustainability in honor of Earth Month, each piece utilizes premium Italian French terry and Koral 'Blackout' fabric, which is domestically made in the U.S. with solar panel technology, produced according to environmental laws and regulations, and is biodegradable.
“Throughout the years, I often turned to athleticism for inspiration, which is why it was very exciting to work on this collection. It was great to collaborate with Ilana and the team at Koral to create a 'luxeleisure' range which is both sustainable and timeless,” said Koma.
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