We haven't always only made blazers. When we launched in 2016, we started out with small capsule collections.  We produced three, titled Ode to the Bee.  We produced in very small quantities, using environmental and social topics to inspire us, making to order, mainly with end of roll fabrics and making locally. We created the collections with the central theme being the world of the honey bee at the same time joining forces with Buglife a charity that protects endangered insects, including bees. We wanted to make a difference by using fashion as a way to tell the story of sustainability whilst raising money for causes that work towards protecting our planet.

In 2018 we pivoted to instead focus on doing one thing and doing it well - carefully crafted women's blazers which we believe is the one wardrobe piece that we know will never go out of fashion and if executed well, will stand the test of time.  Our goal is to have our blazers become treasured vintage pieces.

We didn't want to wipe our past as we are proud of what we have created. So here we present to you our last three capsule collections. 

 

ODE TO THE BEE EPISODE 3

Model wearing gold lurex a women's tuxedo trouser suit
Model lying on sofa wearing navy lurex women's tuxedo trouser suit
Model standing wearing a burgundy women's trouser suit
Model close up of women's print trouser suit
Model wearing navy women's dress with gold thread
Model wearing gold lurex turtle neck with gold buttons and asymmetrical navy skirt with gold thread detail
Model wearing orange sleeveless top with orange wide leg women's trousers
Close up of model wearing an orange herringbone tweed women's coat

 

ODE TO THE BEE EPISODE 2

Model wearing orange silk sleeveless top and navy sating wide leg trousers

 

ODE TO THE BEE EPISODE 1

Ode to the Bee from Bozena Jankowska on Vimeo.

 

Model wearing yellow and navy striped dress
Model wearing a mint green and pink silk blouse and orange pencil skirt