Sustainable Brand Maroske Peech's FW20 Lookbook Embodies Fantasy and Eroticism
Garments are made out of deadstock fabric locally sourced in Melbourne.
Founded by Jordan Conder and Elisa Keeler in 2017, Melbourne-based brand Maroske Peech has released its latest collection for Fall/Winter 2020. According to a press release, the label has been described as “romance forced through a shredder, horny nerds and the space between sex and comfort.”
Staying true to its aesthetic, Maroske Peech’s offerings include ribbon corsets, silk blouses with buttons made of bread, tea-stained T-shirts with bleached logos and patchwork mini skirts. Continuing its sustainability efforts, garments in the range have been constructed out of locally sourced deadstock fabric. As a result, pieces in the collection feature limited-edition items and collaborative designs with other artists.
Take a look at Maroske Peech’s FW20 range in the gallery above. You can now purchase your favorite styles via the brand’s web store.