Luxurious Technical Clothing Label Buki Introduces Capsule Collection Collagen

Buki is an innovative sustainable fashion brand that is all about fine, hyper-functional, luxurious technical clothing. Designing for both men and women, Buki collections feature state-of-the-art fibre technology and proprietary engineered fabrics to provide comfort and functionality.

Luxurious Technical Clothing
The luxurious technical clothing line is breathable and sustainable 

Luxurious Technical Clothing Leads The Wardrobe Revolution

Created by designer Joey Rodolfo, the brand believes that the next innovation in clothing is technology. It is a belief that has inspired Buki to use state-of-the-art fibre technology to make their garments breathable, sustainable and machine-washable. Powered by Kinoki-3.0, their clothes are made off super soft fabric designed to also keep the wearer comfortable with temperature regulating and moisture-wicking.

“Created using state-of-the-art fibre technology which makes their garments breathable, sustainable and machine-washable.”

Headquartered in Seattle, Buki’s latest line has been getting the fashion world’s attention. Called Collagen, the capsule collection is made with a revolutionary fibre that can soften, hydrate, and protect your skin. The collagen peptides in this limited-edition collection can relay moisture to your skin and protect it from the sun with UPF 50, ensuring that the wearer experiences the softest clothing and most supple skin.

Sustainably sourced and sustainably made, the 6-piece line should definitely be everyone’s wardrobe essential this season. Prices start from $98.00. Check out the capsule collection now.

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