Sustainable Fashion Collection Inspired By Building Facades [Video]

Sustainable Fashion Collection Inspired By Building Facades [Video]
Design & Architecture

Eco-friendly brand Chinti and Parker collaborated with Patternity to create a collection of architecture-inspired knitwear.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 7 august 2013

Environment-friendly brand Chinti and Parker teamed up with creative studio Patternity for their latest collection of knitwear that feature patterns inspired by architectural design elements.

The London-based fashion brand’s 28-piece knitwear collection highlights patterns that are often seen on building facades. The new collection features polka dots, geometric shapes, stripes and grids in black, white, gray, and mint.



Launched in 2009 by Anna Singh and Rachael Wood, Chinti and Parker has been known for its fun and feminine style. Patternity’s monochromatic style is something different, but showcases another side of the brand and shows how people are now more open to playing around with different patterns.

To celebrate the launch of the collection, the designers have also teamed up with film maker Zoe Hitchen to create a video on the collaboration that you can watch below.

Chinti and Parker // Patternity

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