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Satta

Satta

Satta follow three key goals when it comes to designing their products; they aim to produce items that represent simplicity, functionality and sustainability, they want to promote reconnection to each other and to nature and to contribute to their inspiring community. Based in London, Satta was founded by Joe Lauder who still leads the design and vision of the brand. With a background in woodworking and landscaping, Lauder borrows principles from both disciplines to fuel his designs, he ensures there is a focus on functionality alongside comfort and simplicity.

Since launching with a capsule range of organic t-shirts with hand screen printed designs on the front, Satta have expanded their offering to outerwear, headwear and sustainably sourced incense. AW18 has some stand out styles such as the Allotment Jacket,

showcasing the highly popular corduroy trend this season in a versatile taupe colourway, the Front Yoke Overshirt has some really nice light tailoring details and if you’re in need of a solid all-rounder, the Hemp Fleece Liner works all year round layered with whatever you choose. Their choice of organic and sustainable fabrics help Satta stand out; the use of organic hemp is a great example of a leading natural fabric that is slowly gaining popularity.

Influence is taken from inspiring communities far and wide. A range of exotic imagery taken from trips to Morocco, Nepal, India and Indonesia can be seen across their organic printed tees but their English base isn’t forgotten - check out their 'Crafted in England' skateboards - they still use hand screen printers for their designs in London.

Satta follow three key goals when it comes to designing their products; they aim to produce items that represent simplicity, functionality and sustainability, they want to promote reconnection to each other and to nature and to contribute to their inspiring community. Based in London, Satta was founded by Joe Lauder who still leads the design and vision of the brand. With a background in woodworking and landscaping, Lauder borrows principles from both disciplines to fuel his designs, he ensures there is a focus on functionality alongside comfort and simplicity.

Since launching with a capsule range of organic t-shirts with hand screen printed designs on the front, Satta have expanded their offering to outerwear, headwear and sustainably sourced incense. AW18 has some stand out styles such as the Allotment Jacket,

showcasing the highly popular corduroy trend this season in a versatile taupe colourway, the Front Yoke Overshirt has some really nice light tailoring details and if you’re in need of a solid all-rounder, the Hemp Fleece Liner works all year round layered with whatever you choose. Their choice of organic and sustainable fabrics help Satta stand out; the use of organic hemp is a great example of a leading natural fabric that is slowly gaining popularity.

Influence is taken from inspiring communities far and wide. A range of exotic imagery taken from trips to Morocco, Nepal, India and Indonesia can be seen across their organic printed tees but their English base isn’t forgotten - check out...

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