Your most stylish friend went to a foreign city or country and hunted through underground bazaars, small boutiques and art galleries to put together a capsule of one of a kind pieces, and then invited you to come shop her closet.
Imagining it? Now you’ve understood the inspiration behind The Postcard Edit.
From Sri Lanka,
We’re thrilled to launch out of Sri Lanka, where even in the midst of an economic meltdown, we felt welcomed, befriended and inspired by the warmth of the island, and the kindness of its people.
This collection is one we’re especially proud of and consists of hand crafted techniques like Batik; and sustainable production practices like zero waste and up cycling; all sourced from female founded and community centric businesses.
Your love for travel and fashion brought together
Featuring designers of color, women and voices from the ethnic diaspora
Every drop is a labor of love, filled with one of a kind, and off the beaten path discoveries
The designers featured may be flying under the radar, but their talent and creativity are world class
Meet the designers
Zero waste and upcycled, Noad’s graceful designs will carry you from office to beach to cocktails feeling breezy and effortlessly chic.
Fueled by the Batik hand printing tradition, Salt’s one of a kind two piece is good for work, play, and everything in between.
Jewelry for the big brass. Elegant and understated, yet bold, Kudya’s statement rings and earrings are as structural as they are captivating.
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Fashion has always been a safe haven for misfits and dreamers, but somewhere along the way, industry has overshadowed creativity and a spirit of inclusion.
Founded with the conviction that the “outsider” perspective is often the most needed and insightful, we’re harnessing difference to serve up a curated bazaar of independent, global, iconic looks while amplifying the voices of those designers and communities, whose respective talents and richness have been historically undervalued and systemically marginalized.