This season we are inspired by Henri Matisse.
An idea brought from the very famous French artist, draftsman and collagist, Matisse believed his art to be "of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of the troubling or depressing subject..."; we create each piece with the same ideology.
The prints are inspired by the cut out technique used by Matisse in the late 1940s. Hand drawings are then translated on the fabric using hand screen printing technique.
We at little things studio celebrate diversity and help everyone embrace their uniqueness every day through our clothes.
Our new series of clothes Not so Perfect is designed for all the diverse women who believe in themselves, love themselves and are not afraid to show their strengths and vulnerabilities and those who are still learning to.