Australian Brand Oats: 70s Silk Blouses & Dresses

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Australian Brand Oats: 70s Silk Blouses & Dresses
Australian Brand Oats: 70s Silk Blouses & Dresses

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Dasha Knyazeva

IN THE WEEKLY HEADING "NEW BRAND" we introduce young designers and tell you where and why you should buy their clothes. Our heroes this week are Bridi and Julie Davy, creators of the Oats brand.

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The new sexuality has little to do with the one that everyone got tired of in the 2000s. Mesh tights, skirts and trousers with unusual cuts, tops that reveal the shoulders and belly - the echoes of the era have returned, but today designers combine all this with frankly sporty things, gigantic clothes, flat mules, sneakers and a calm base. At the same time, hardly anyone can blame the brands Rosie Assoulin or Ryan Roche, which have set a course for comfort, for the lack of frank things. But their sexuality is not for show - it is calm and delicate.

One of the newer and relatively inexpensive brands that also fall into the "new sexuality" category is Australia's Oats the Label, founded by designer Bridi Davy and her mother, Julie. They work together in a home studio, all things are sewn by hand, and they do not yet have any third-party employees, except for a PR agent. Now the brand works only on pre-orders - they simply do not have ready-made sewn things in stock. Thus, a waste-free production is obtained. Social responsibility is the cornerstone of Oats; what really matters to Bridie and Julie Davy.

In total, Oats the Label has released three collections: all items are mainly made of silk and linen. Bridi admits that the materials themselves and their different textures became the starting point of the first collection. And her friends prompted Davy to create the brand: “I came up with something that they and I would wear in the first place”. Bridi admits that she immediately decided to work with her mother: Julie has a lot of experience - she started sewing clothes at the age of 17 and always sewed for Bridi and her sister. “My mom is my best friend and I enjoy spending time with her. Oats brought us closer together. Our studio is located in my parents' house, where I grew up. There are a lot of trees and very quiet - the working atmosphere is just perfect."

The latest collection of the brand is extremely practical and fits easily into any wardrobe. Juicy colors play an important role in it: scarlet, mustard, beige and dark green. The designer does not hide that he is interested in art - in the last work you can see references to the works of Matisse, Juan Miro and even Ani Kras. Silk robes, sheer turtlenecks, off-shoulder blouses and oversized sweaters look interesting in any combination. The entire collection is homage to the 70s, the sexiest decade. And this is no coincidence.

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Bridi Davy

Sometimes my mother and I work seven days a week - this is certainly cool, but very exhausting, neither of us has time for another job. We wish there were more days in the week so we can relax. We are going to expand soon. I would like to maintain ethical production, but handle more orders.

Photos: Oats

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