SEA REINAS COLLABORATIONS
Every year, Isabelle Baulu collaborates with fascinating artists from South America to bring innovation and magic to our beautiful creations. See the profiles below of some of the fantastic artists from Colombia, Brazil and Mexico.
2015 Camila Restrepo Antilope (Colombia)
Colombian illustrator and silk printer, Camila Restrepo, founder of Antilope is the perfect annual collaborator for Sea Reinas Gypset 2015 collection. Her high quality silk fabrics and colorful narratives, married with Sea Reinas abstract prints bring nostalgia and innovation to this boho inspired collection.
2013-2014 Marzio Fiorini (Brazil)
Marzio Fiorini is an award-winning Carioca (Rio de Janeiro) jewelry designer. His recycled rubber creations evoke sensuality and power in women across the globe, making him a favorite among trendsetters and an evident collaboration for Sea Reinas. The Modern art deco pieces chosen to highlight the Wanderlust 2015 collection can be enjoyed in the water or as a chic detail on a pos-beach ensemble.
2012 Tanya Moss (Mexico)
Tanya Moss is the face of women's jewelry in Mexico city. Her collections are modern and innovative, exuding sophistication and simplicity. Her emblematic butterfly is a symbol of her versatility, donning an exclusive clientele and filling 10 independent boutiques, department stores and the pages of Latin American fashion magazines. Tanya's gold and silver intepretations of the Sea Reinas mermaid featured on our bespoke jewelry, have fascinated women from the Caribbean to Europe.
Not Just a Label (NJAL)
NOT JUST A LABEL (NJAL) is the world’s leading designer platform for showcasing and nurturing today’s pioneers in contemporary fashion.Check out Sea Reinas designer profile on NJAL!
NJAL offers emerging talents extensive publicity and promotion, through its media channels, editorial features and interviews, newsletters, social media platforms, projects and partnerships around the world. NJAL’s extensive collaborations with fashion publications, global events and media have supported many designers to evolve into established international labels, encouring them to produce sustainable, localized craftsmanship.