We are so excited to welcome two new collections from Studio Pia for the Spring season! Featuring the brand’s signature embroideries and peace (cruelty-free) silk trimmings, both collections are deeply rooted in nature, magic, and nostalgia. Read more about the designs below!
The SS21 collection was designed from Pia’s London flat, during the height of the pandemic lockdown, and soon after she discovered she was pregnant for the first time. These things had her nostalgic for the lush gardens of her childhood and summer country walks spent picking buttercups and making daisy chains, completely immersed in nature; the result is a deeply personal collection that connects wistful memory with the contemporary woman.
The season’s embroideries draw inspiration from Pia’s mother’s botanical illustrated books and traditional Broderie Anglaise, with a palette of primary colors offset against ivory, and playful shapes exuding the fun of the dressing-up box.
Designed and developed during the first UK pandemic lockdown, the Flora range channels Pia's longing for the lush gardens of her childhood, where she spent long summer days playing in nature. Evoking balmy greenhouses filled with verdant greenery and meadows of vibrant wildflowers, Flora is a playful range that perfectly encapsulates carefree days spent enjoying the great outdoors. It’s an immersive love letter to Mother Nature.
The bespoke embroidered tulle features an array of British wildflowers, including poppies, daisies, buttercups, and bluebells. The Flora range features classic Studio Pia shapes reimagined with the bespoke embroidery and trimmed with our signature ivory peace silk for added luxe.
Back by popular demand, the Naga range returns with an improved fit, updated size range and an all-new bodysuit, showcasing the seductive bespoke serpentine embroidery.
Naga was originally released as part of the brand’s AW19 collection 'Arcana' collection, taking inspiration from modern witchcraft and Frances F. Denny's 'Major Arcana: Witches in America' photography project. The swirling snake embroidery used for the range evokes the myths of snakes being witches' familiars, guardians of knowledge, transmitters of magic, and even witches themselves.
The Naga Longline Bra has been revamped for her return and now features a three-part cup, in addition to multiway shoulder straps. As the name suggests, the bra cups are carefully crafted from three individual sections of tulle, making the cups sturdier. Moving to a three-part cups offers better support to fuller sizes and enabled us to expand our size range. The Naga Longline now available in 9 adjustable sizes.
In addition to updated sizing, the Naga range now features an all new bodysuit, enveloping your body in swirling abstract shapes, perfectly framing your curves. Let the scalloped edge show under a buttoned shirt for a subtly erotic, enchanting look.
Shop the entire magical collection here!