As much as I like to promote and support indie designers and slow fashion, it is hard to look away from what high fashion designers have to offer on the crochet front. Thus, I became bedazzled by the latest crochet creations by Moda Operandi.
The above Zimmermann’s matching crocheted raffia top and skirt shows the free-spirited femininity with a vintage, jet-set glamour. Gorgeous!
This dress is by Jonathan Simkhai. It’s called Marie, and it has a simple tank silhouette crocheted from recycled fibers with a cutout bust, low-cut back, and fringed hemline.
Then there is this simple mash skirt turned glamorous by adding fringes. The designer is Alejandra Rojas.
The ‘Manaure’ top is constructed from a beautiful tassel-tipped circular crochet knit is designed by Andres Otalora and hand-crafted by local artisans. Amazing use of (half-)mandalas in a top.
This top and matching skirt feature a hand-crocheted construction made from colorful cotton with ladder-stitched edges. The designer is Julien Dossena.
And the last top that uses my favorite granny stripe stitch by Ulla Johnson.
Isn’t it amazing?