At the beginning of the year, Kamay Ko, the new brand of Noémi Sziládi, the former co-founder and designer of Müskinn, made its debut. In its first collection, the studio offers embroidered sweaters and screen printed tote bags in the spirit of sustainability.
The brand draws inspiration primarily from the colors and patterns of the urban environment, in keeping with modern aesthetics. Not only its forms but often its materials are the result of innovative attempts of recycling as well.
The first collection showcases elements of the Kamay Ko brand identity, displaying the already familiar visuals of hands and orange dots in different positions and sizes in the lighthearted, casual style of the brand. The embroidered sweaters are made of organic cotton, and each piece is sewn under Fairtrade conditions, using renewable energy. The material of the tote bags is a natural jute canvas made in Hungary, on which the graphic details are screen printed with water-based dyes.
The brand has introduced a new service as well: those interested can request custom nail designs in Kamay Ko style by prior appointment.
Source: press release