The 10-piece line features reversible coats and jackets in lightweight nylon made from discarded fishing nets, contrasting color combinations — orange, green, yellow and sophisticated all over prints.
The renowned designer Sybilla collaborates for the first time with Ecoalf to create a capsule collection for autumn/winter 2017.
“I want to offer women what they really want and what is not out there. I believe the right clothes can make a woman shine,” Sybilla.
The collection consists of several reversible pieces with strong color contrasts that allow creating different looks with the same garment.
Functional and urban water resistant raincoats that are ultra light, smooth and gentle to the touch, manufactured in recycled nylon from discarded fishing nets.
Sybilla Sorondo was born in New York in 1963 and she moved to Madrid when she was a child.
She opened her first studio in Madrid in 1983 and participated in Barcelona’s Gaudí Salon two years later. In 1987 she signed with the Italian company Gibó. This launched her international reputation, which led her to Milan, Paris, New York and Tokyo.