alchemy - the miraculous power of transmuting something common into something precious. the most common symbolic representation for alchemy is the triangle. the foundation of alchemical practice is based on inner transformation.
right: alchemy top / space
sari - a strip of unstitched cloth that is draped over the body in various styles. saris are worn by females in india, bangladesh, nepal, sri lanka, bhutan, burma and malaysia. in hinduism, before a sari is worn, it is offered in the ritualistic worship of a goddess as a prayer for spiritual progress and welfare in life.
left: sari pant / paprika
shakti - the female principle of divine energy, especially when personified as the supreme mother goddess in hinduism. shakti is "power" or "empowerment," - the primordial cosmic energy representing the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe.
right: shakti cropped / white
inspired by the traditional women's Indonesian blouse, the kebaya is usually made of sheer fabric like lace or linen and paired with a colorful patterned sarong.
left: qz wool kebaya jacket / amber
infinity (also eternity) - in ancient india and tibet, this symbol represented perfection, dualism, and unity between male and female. in the occult tarot it is linked to magic and represents equilibrium or the balance of various forces..in modern times, it became a secular mathematical symbol for infinity in numbers, time or space. the infinity design reminds us of the innate timelessness and balance in ourselves and the universe.
right: infinity top / moss
monk - one who chooses to leave mainstream society and live a life in prayer and contemplation. most monks of the buddhist tradition wear very simple robes made of one piece of draped cloth which covers one shoulder, leaving the other one bare and represents their detachment from the physical world in their pursuit of enlightenment. the design of the this top recalls the drapes and silhouette of these simple monastic robes
left: monk top / blossom
tibetan buddhist prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. the prayers depicted on the flags, when blown by the wind, are said to purify and sanctify the air, spreading good will and compassion into all pervading space. these blessings are then carried to all beings. the row of colorful rectangles hanging from weargrace garments are not prayer flags, but a graphic representation of them meant to remind us of this beautiful tradition and gently guide us to recognize the peace, compassion, strength and wisdom within ourselves and others.
grace is unmerited favor, a bestowal of blessings, a gift that falls upon us. grace is soft and strong at the same time. it is spontaneous and stable, awake and silent. grace is a collection of clothing whose forms and patterns are inspired by ancient yogic teachings and devotionalwear. it can provoke or gently guide people to question what is, to look deeper into themselves, to be silent enough to see and understand. on the mat, off the mat, for yoga, for life, with grace.