Simply Fashion – bläckblått – ink blue – bleu encre - 墨藍色

Multiple layers in various
shades of blue

Originally the blue often comes from INDIGO

It’s time once again for a ruffled slip! And to wear it as an ordinary skirt, preferably two at once. 

Pair with a ruffled skirt »

Loveliest linen tunic
. . . in the loveliest organic linen knit on the finest knitting machine. 

Power up with linen »

Artist’s blouse – in the most beautiful khadi
Our hand-woven fabrics have densely woven stripes or spots. Unbleached, cherry red and indigo are our selected colors.

Discover my artist’s blouse »

The world’s simplest dress comes in 100% organic linen chambray. 

See all colors » 

Teeny, tiny dots on genuine silk
In the simplest style possible – round neck, long sleeves and form-fitting. Available in lots of wonderful colors: gray, warm red, indigo and surprising green.

A piece for everyone »

My delightful skirt
Sewn in beautiful organic linen chambray, giving the material a gorgeous shimmer. 

See more of the skirt »

Knit long ‘brokad’ coat
So beautiful and well made in every detail: beautiful edging in zig-zags, floral tendrils and stripes. Long and sweeping with a high slit at the center back. 

Discover the long cardigan »

Several hues in a red palette
Dress » / Top » / Pants »

The simplest creations are the most challenging
Artist blouse » / Tunic » / Pants »

Beloved puffy pants!
I want slightly shorter puff pants in my collections. They have just the right look! 

Indulge in puff pants »

Wrap vest with thin embroidered stripes
Another garment knit with the loveliest organic linen thread. Beautifully understated and elegant. Associated with the tunic but with a slightly different palette, in perfectly harmonized colors. 

My best vest »

The beauty of SIMPLICITY
SIMPLY FASHION – in different shades of blue, cherry red or molten shades of gray

All in genuine NATURAL MATERIALS with a truly beautiful feel. These include linen and organic cotton, NATURAL SILK and a wool blend, of course. The colors are composed in a complementary palette. A few shades of blue, where DARK INDIGO BLUE is the most important.

The reds are dominated by a color we call grape, a dark shade of REDDISH PURPLE. And then, naturally, we have a number of GRAY and brownish shades along with pure black. You’ll find a rather bold green in the little dotted silk top. Not to mention how BEAUTIFUL the UNBLEACHED white is on the artist’s blouse in HAND-WOVEN khadi.