Materials: Black hoody with screenprinted front, back and sleeve motifs. A classic casual cut, it has a single front pocket and drawstring hood.
This piece is part of Natalie's collaboration with the UNPFA. This collection, SISTERS, reflects the powerful bonds that exist between women and girls in our contemporary global society. This partnership is an homage to sisterhood - the coming together of women to mobilise, build support systems and harness their strength to fulfil the promise of rights and choices for all.
10% of the profits from each piece go towards improving the lives of women and girls in need.
Natalie B Coleman is a native of Co. Monaghan, Ireland. In 2006 Natalie graduated from BA (Hons) Fashion & Design, Limerick School of Art & Design, by 2007 she was studying on the MA Fashion in Womenswear at Central Saint Martins under the tutelage of the late Louise Wilson.
In 2011, Natalie set up a studio and launched her eponymous label. Her collections play on feminine silhouettes with humorous and sometimes subversive illustrative prints and motifs.
Natalie’s work pivots between tradition and innovation. Her collections epitomise modern Irishness, and have gained her recognition from both Irish and international fashion press and buyers. Her collections have been featured in magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Self, Grazia, Marie Claire, Dutch Vogue and Cosmos.
Natalie's AW19 collection, SISTERS, is a collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund, and celebrates the 25th anniversary of Sexual and Maternal health as a right. UNFPA works in more than 150 countries and territories that are home to the vast majority of the world’s people. Its mission is to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.