Blue Sky Inn Paints An Edgy Fall With Bold New Collection

Backed by a consortium of fashion veterans with an aim to give back to the planet, the sustainable unisex fashion label Blue Sky Inn launches yet another stunning collection on June 29, just in time for your fall wardrobe prep. The new Fall 2022 collection combines darker tones with relaxed silhouettes, reinventing some of the brand’s most known and popular classics such as the diner waiter set whilst decidedly giving out an edgy yet inclusive vibe.

Blue Sky Inn believes that for any resource used by the planet we need to give back, that’s why the brand has a firm focus on identifying the most environmentally friendly materials. Fabrics are sourced from the most reliable organic and ethical resources available, with the entire collection being made In Italy. To complete the ethical and eco-sustainable triangle, the brand is also a proud member of the 1% For The Planet Organization, donating 1% of the company’s revenue for good causes.

Taking inspiration from a sunset ride at the amusement park, the Fall 2022 collection displays an expansive collection featuring pastel tie-dye, sharp prints in saturated shades as well as logo-embroidered, oversized hoodies and sweaters. Following the Pre Fall collection launched earlier this month, the new season emanates an air that’s nonchalantly cool yet stylishly confident.

In its Pre Fall collection, Blue Sky Inn has also launched two exclusive looks. One of the looks is designed for the celebrity-driven store Patron Of The New, which are the classic waiter sets with Patron Of The New embroidery. Another exclusive is the Mykonos inspired printed set for the island’s most luxurious boutique Simple Caractere.

This is the brand’s fourth collection just over a year after its debut, with distribution channels in over 100 stores worldwide and worn by A-listers and fashion insiders such as Future, Michael Bibi, Anuel and Bad Bunny.

You can now shop Blue Sky Inn Pre Fall and Fall 2022 collections from exclusive stockists including FarFetch, Selfridges, Webster, and Patron of The New.

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