By Maria Nilsson

Be proud of your temple.

With our new Bamboo undies we want to remind you to connect to earth barefoot in the forest, being silly and comfortable in your skin. Being different is normal. Our beautiful scars, freckles, stretch marks, spots, pigmentation, hair - we are all beautiful just the way we are. 
We are women, we are mothers, we are humans perfect just as we are. 
Be proud of your temple. 
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold — a metaphor for embracing your flaws and imperfections. 
Constantly inspired by the diversity and beauty that make us human, we are looking forward to celebrating the parts of us that make us perfectly unique. 

With this in mind, we want this shoot to honour the parts of our bodies that make us different and acknowledge the stories that are told through our scars and wrinkles. To recognise the beauty in hair, and accept blemishes. We want to challenge society's views of beauty and the human body through an unfiltered lens.

Bamboo has natural anti bacterial and fungal properties, that can inhibit the growth of bacteria and hence could make your clothing be less smelly in situations where you sweat. Bamboo is also moisture wicking, it pulls moisture away from the body to the top of the undies/singlet where it can evaporate more easily.

By choosing to wear Bamboo you are making a conscious choice to wear a sustainable fabric that is good for you and the planet.