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Soft Current

Editorials – January 2019

In collaboration with Fernando Kabigting of FDK Florals, we drift into the soft current within a sea of pampas grass. Featuring Tracy Ju and the new Xu Xa Collection.

  1. Sáo Scoop Neck Organic Cotton Tee
  2. Gingko Wide Leg Elastic Organic Cotton Pant
  1. Sáo Scoop Neck Organic Cotton Tee
  1. Gladiolus V Back Seam Organic Cotton Midi Dress
  2. Song Tu Wide Leg Organza Silk Pant - Khaya Print
  1. Nam Dropped Shoulder Organic Cotton Tee
  2. Sua Tapered Trouser Pocket Pant - Crimson Red
  1. Coralline Mockneck Organic Cotton Pocket Dress
  1. Gladiolus V Back Seam Organic Cotton Midi Dress
  1. Mesona Short Sleeve Organic Cotton Mockneck Tee
  2. Patches Textured Midi Skirt - Dark Blue
  1. Bolero One-Button Organic Cotton Dolman Cardigan w/ Pockets
  2. Oi Low Back Silk Tank - Terracotta
  3. Song Tu Wide Leg Silk Pants - Terracotta
  1. Coralline Mockneck Organic Cotton Pocket Dress
  2. Song Tu Wide Leg Organza Silk Pant - Orange

About FDK Florals

FDK Florals is founded by Fernando Daquiz Kabigting. Fernando was born in the Philippines and raised in Sacramento, California. Upon completion of his studies at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, he eventually worked in the Advertising, Fashion, and Non-Profit industry. From his Bedstuy, Brooklyn apartment, Fernando created FDK Florals, in March 2018, around requests of his custom arrangements. He has since grown, partnering with both New York and national clientele. He views his practice as a form of communication, a conversation that crosses natural elements, cultural inspirations, and his continually growing customer base. Based in New York, seemingly at the center of the world and its resources, Fernando caritatively seeks for foraged matter, advocates for local growers, to conclude astonishingly artful floral moments.

About Xu Xa

Introducing Xu Xa, a collection of pieces for any outfit or occasion. Designed and crafted with practicality and comfort in mind, styles come in a variety of shapes and silhouettes. Xu Xa pieces can be integrated into your daily wardrobe or worn individually. Fabric from the Xu Xa collection is constructed from carefully sourced deadstock fabric and made in limited quantities. Each garment is designed and produced in our studio in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.



Tracy Ju

Photography & Video

Chương Phạm

Hair & Make-up

Tomomi Sano

Production & Styling

Leanne Tran, Kathy Minh Bach

Set Design

Fernando Kabigting, FDK Florals


Pampas Grass, Stocks of Dried Japanese Seeded Green Shiso, Camellia sasanqua, Artichoke Foliage and Japanese Kenzan

Special Thanks

Go Kasai, Dash Marshall