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Misha & Puff Summer 2021

Launching Tuesday 15th June 2021 4pm BST - UK 

(Preview the collection online at MamaOwl from Thursday 10th June 4pm BST - UK)

 

We are very excited to be able to bring you Misha & Puff's beautiful Summer '21 Collection. Having stocked Misha & Puff for many years now, we are very happy to be joining the brand in launching their beautiful new collection. Made for Summer adventures, created in a selection of rich as well as dusty colours, reminiscent of the desert flora and sun weathered tones. This is the brand's widest high summer collection to date. Made from their light and lofty summer-weight crochet Pima cotton yarn for transition into summer wear. The collection includes their signature styles, from the Skating Pond Skirt and the much loved Popcorn pieces through to the Everyday Fisherman Ribbed Cardigan. In this collection they introduce a French Terry and yarn-dyed mini stripe pima basics in a great selection of styles for both girls and boys. There is a beautiful Beach walk Confetti and a Garden Space Dye that tie in many of the collections colours. And the Boardwalk knits bring back a taste of Misha & Puff's past, that we are very excited about.

With many styles to mix and match, we love this collection for its dreamy summer tones and its perfectly simple versatility. We hope that you will love it too.

Enjoy!       

Running with friends down a dusty road and exploring at the shore, in the yard, or under the desert sun. Clothes that feel like an easy exhale and inspire boundless exploration. 

Living On Location, Marfa, Texas

Summer gives kids the space they crave and the permission to dream wild and live simply. Dust and earth, smudges and sweet drips—they all look better on little ones that know no bounds, and West Texas lives this philosophy in full color.

With a population barely above 1,800, the town of Marfa, Texas sits quietly just 60 miles from the Mexican border and is teeming with truth. Its raw authenticity was the reason renowned Minimalist artist Donald Judd fell in love with Marfa and moved his practice to the desert in the 1970s. The landscape itself lets you—your art, your home, or your children—just exist. To live fully integrated with the natural environment, the way Judd’s signature concrete and steel forms bask in the Texan sun.

But the town has a rich history and people all its own. While discovering local haunts, our friends warmly introduced us to longtime residents and families who shared their stories and wanted to throw on our summer collection, showing us how to really live in Avocado, Desert Sand, and Dandelion without a worry. A French Terry Hoodie in Basil takes up some sidewalk chalk while a Puff Sleeve Dress in Marmalade strolls down the rocky roadside. A Wide Leg Pant in newest Beachwalk Confetti sits on sun-worn stoops and an Ellie Cardigan in Garden Space Dye snacks on the tailgate.

They came with their own cowboy boots, taught us how to toss on a rancher hat, and even led us to their sweet furry friends. After living between its epic sunsets, sunrises, and surreal cacti company for a week-long stay, Marfa left us with renewed respect for the landscapes we encounter and inhabit. Even if summer’s storms are fleeting and far-between, we’re here for the dust they set free.

CREDITS:
Photography: Allie Cottrill

Styling: Chrissy Beale

Art Direction: Basha Burwell / Anchor Artists