Across the collection, the dazzling coats and scales of these four species are interpreted as graphics and prints. Wearers can adopt the spots of the Jaguar, or wrap themselves in the mesmerising wing of the Dragonfly, with its hypnotic, delicate cross-connecting lines. Education is paramount – every garment within the collection comes with a special hangtag detailing information about each species. Did you know that most Poisonous Dart Frogs aren’t poisonous at all? Or that the Halloween Pennant Dragonfly gets its spooky name from its orange wings? Or that the spots of the Jaguar are called rosettes, and that while Leopards have these too, only the Jaguar has spots inside its spots?
Naturally, all the materials within this collection, from the recycled polyester of the bags to the organic cotton of the polos and the natural rubber outsoles on footwear, are eco-responsible: all have been certified sustainable and recycled.
In keeping with its focus on celebrating the diversity of the natural world, this collection is broad and encompasses various categories, from tops and sweaters through to sunglasses, trainers, bags and underwear. Classic t-shirts in red and navy come with customised printed croc motifs. A polo, available in two separate fits for men and women, comes entirely covered in bold Jaguar, Zebra and Frog prints. So too do bags; an elegant, roomy tote comes with rosettes, while a classic backpack, available in three prints, is ideal for those on the go. Nodding to the way animals transform and camouflage, the padded jacket, available in Dragonfly and Frog prints, is reversible, changing effortlessly from energetic animal print to classic navy. Sunglasses boast playful printed frames, while boxers come decorated with a splattering of crocs, each customised to recall one of the collection’s four hero animals. A special trainer, the Gagnant, a twist on the classic René shoe, comes with a Zebra-printed croc motif on the outer and an eye-catching Zebra striped lining and insole.