KNITSS is the contemporary womenswear knitwear brand inspired by art, life and interactions which offers a spectacular looking complete wardrobe with a clear identity that epitomizes the brands own appreciation of style and modern sophistication.
Founded in 2015 by Duygu Boz after the designer quit the film industry to study fashion and management. Coming from a family with a textiles background, the designer has always been fashion-driven and became motivated to launch her brand.
KNITSS “Beautiful Flora” Collection invites you to a sensual inner journey, a collection that catches nature’s manifold colours flawlessly with the shades of the world’s flora and its energy offering an indescribable pleasure of exposing your inner light.
KNITSS pieces provide colours and designs that boost your mood along with unique combinations, of paving the way to an exclusive fashion world for the stylish and comfortable women in special her daily life throughout the Spring-Summer 2021 season.
We all are living dark times recently and during this period KNITSS giving priority to the conservation of natural resources, sustainable living, and working for a ‘better tomorrow’ by using sustainable materials in its new collection, emphasizes emphatically that it is a brand sensitive to recycling and protection of the environment.
KNITSS collection was carefully selected from certified yarn mills. 100% organic cotton is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard “GOTS”. Viscose-based fibres, which help to protect biodiversity in forests and are produced with the principle of giving back to earth, have “FSC” certificates. KNITSS is committed to the principles of sustainability not only for today’s world but also for the future, by leaving positive footprints as sustainability is very important on the road of regeneration.
KNITSS is stocked globally with retailers such as Harvey Nichols, Beymen, and more. The brand has received press coverage across titles such as The Times UK, Country and Townhouse, ELLE UK, ELLE Germany, Drapers UK, The Sunday Times, L’Officiel Baltic and more!