Amalia Flares - Black Flare Street Exclusive Design
PRE-ORDER for these flares will be ready the first week of November 2020.
A Tuscan reverie of simple pleasures; panoramic countryside dusted with sunflowers & villa’s, kissed by the warming sun.
Flare Street’s exclusive prints are bold, hand drawn illustrations, reminiscent of 1960’s Ossie Clarke and Celia Birtwell designs. Set in our classic terra nova tones of mustard, pink and red on our favourite black super, soft velvet or organic cotton. This print boast a gorgeous peacock, resting calming within a floral trim at the base of the flare.
Jet set to the Tuscan countryside and indulge in La Dolce Vita, with ‘Tuscan Dreams’ by Flare Street.
This range encompasses exclusively designed pieces of artwork for Flare Street, the flares are made in Melbourne, created from quality Velvet or organic cotton that is sustainably printed in Australia*.
Flare Street’s designs are for those who aren’t just fiercely fashionable but also have a sense of life and individuality. We want people to feel empowered and as though they are expressing themselves in their truest way. The designs are a throwback to that era, reworked and blended with modern colours & structures so that our customers can add it into their everyday wardrobe.
They are a perfect addition to any occasion! Treat them with love and care, pass them down to your daughters or loved ones and cherish them forever. They are limited edition, made to last and a truly unique Flare Street design!
About the velvet, organic cotton & environmental impact during print:
- Printed using water based inks
- No harsh chemicals used
- Inks disposed of accordingly & not poured down drains
- Recycled paper and plastic used throughout printing and shipping
*It has taken us a long time to find a fabric printer that aligns with our printing ethics and we are so proud to have found a small-business, in Australia, to work with. *
Size: Model wears S/M in all product images. Check out our Instagram @flarestreet for more images.
© Flare Street 2018