The MAH Collection was born of founder, Ondina’s love for textiles and art and her desire to combine the two. Ondina began by working with artists and photographers to help create unique patterns for her to then use as the centerpiece for her fashion pieces. She began by creating beautiful silk scarves using the patterns from Naoka Tosa, a media artist from Kyoto. Naoka experiments with different liquid forms on a small scale before then enlarging the abstract patterns. Ondina then turns this art form into a form of wearable art.
The MAH collection’s current line includes Japanese woven lycra for her svelte and sexy mini dresses. On first look I would imagine these to be a bit ‘hot’ for the Singapore climate, however since wearing this piece I can report that this isn’t the case and it is very comfortable even in the humidity of Singapore! Other designs in the collection feature kaftans made of cotton and maxi dresses made of soft silk.
You can find The MAH Collection online, at Ondina’s studio or as a concession in the ‘What Women Want’ boutique in Mandarin Gallery.