Made from deadstock fabrics and recycled tencel.

On our minds is Vetta, a brand offering super-tight collections of pieces with multifunctional purposes. Made in New York’s historic Garment District from deadstock fabrics and recycled tencel, the garments are intelligently cut to be used in several ways, and the current range includes a blouse that can be worn forward or backward; a tunic that can be turned into a crop top; and a vest that also works as a dress. Founders Vanessa van Zyl and Cara Bartlett mean that they want to help women re-think their wardrobes as a capsule collection of a few pieces that can be styled and transitioned indefinitely, by offering convertible pieces that are less complex than those introduced to date. View the five-piece monochrome range (at surprisingly low price points) here.


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