CASA RAKI, now based in Europe, but founded by Argentinean-born fashion photographer Josefina Alazraki Theo in 2018, is launching her HS21 collection on April 1st.
A strong focus on sustainability and an environmentally aware mantra are at the core of the ethical brand, which crafts high-tech, ecological pieces in a couture factory in Portugal. Casa Raki produces minimalist one-pieces and mix-and-match bikinis in vibrant block colours and contemporary silhouettes.
The HS21 collection is created by wind and water and of course the magical sandscape on the northeastern coast of Brazil which appears almost to be a dream.
Named Lencois Maranhenses, which translates as the “bedsheets of Maranhão”, Josefina continues to use her collections to tell the stories of South America’s most unique natural phenomena.
Focusing on untouched beauty, collections encourage exploration of magical landscapes.
The collection from Casa Raki mirrors this dreamscape through floaty and loosely pleated linen dresses. Designs in GOTS certified organic linen like the DELFINA dress, pleated wrap skirts or spaghetti strap dress, OFELIA are all intended for effortlessly blowing in a summer’s day breeze.
Discover the collection HERE on April 1st.