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This is our first Limited Edition Legskin brought to you by a collaboration with Flox.
Legskin tights are our designer fashion collection made with 190gsm feather light moisture wicking fabric.
These beauties are individually hand printed with real artwork produced by our artists in residence. They are then hand cut and sewn in our boutique design studio in Christchurch, New Zealand. We are proud of our zero waste, environmentally sustainable printing practices and we guarantee our workmanship.
Legskin tights won’t shrink or fade and the seams and labels are guaranteed to last. With years of research and development, we have created the lightest legging on the market. They are finely crafted to support flexibility and endurance in extremely hot and sweaty conditions, making them ideal for ideal for Hot Yoga, Dance, Hiking and Pilates. The designer artwork applied to the technical base gives you a garment you can wear for fashion, while never compromising function.
Heavenly Hummingbirds is an artwork made for 300 Limited Edition Courage My Love Legskins. Adorned with a tropical garden featuring both native and exotic fauna, Hummingbirds flap their wings in harmony whilst gathering nectar from flowers all around. Enhancing the wearer’s confidence and colourful outlook on life, the birds symbolise freedom and one’s sense of positive self image.
A graffiti artist with a fine art degree, Flox first made her mark in inner-city Auckland NZ, her trademark native birds, ferns and flowers magically transforming grey walls into vibrant depictions of the natural world. Now seen everywhere from Berlin, Hong Kong, New York and Taiwan, the artist is certainly spreading her wings.
Flox’s stencils have over time, become more intricate and large scaled, prompting a demand for these as artworks in their own right. Meticulous and hands-on is the philosophy behind all the art making, paying homage to the craft of the cut, and what she calls her “labour of love.”