Ma Ma Osa: Fall/Winter Collection

I love my mom more than words can describe - so I’m sure it comes at no surprise to say that I also love to celebrate her!

My mama is a wildly talented clothing designer and maker, specializing in ethically-made women’s linen clothing! It’s called Ma Ma Osa, and today it’s receiving a new FALL/ WINTER COLLECTION Y’ALL. My favorite season (the colors of my heart) are now hand-sewn into the prettiest, most luxurious pieces and I could not be more excited to help her get the word out.

One of my favorite things about watching my mom design and develop her clothing, is always her consideration for the timelessness of these pieces, even after the fall and winter seasons come and go. These pieces are so much more than a seasonal moment, they’re inspired by this time in our lives and made with heirloom consideration (and quality) in mind.

Her new styles are here to stay for the seasons, made to order from versatile linens that can be mixed and matched for a style combination which will speak to your heart and last for years to come. Yep. She makes each piece one at a time, and offers custom ordering! She’s magical.

Within the collection, there are a handful of year-round neutral options like black, wheat and white, plus golden and rust colored fabrics (that I’m obsessed with), and one batch of limited artist series linen - which I hand painted, and sewed into 3 tie-tops! Woo!

Jesús and I got the chance to photograph these new styles for her shop listings a couple weeks ago, and I’m so pumped to share the collection in full here on the Chez Núñez blog:

That’s my Mom (yep, is she not the cutest ever?!). She’s modeling the Madeleine Tie Top in the linen that I hand-painted! Only 3 of these tops available in the shop until they’re sold out!

That’s my Mom (yep, is she not the cutest ever?!). She’s modeling the Madeleine Tie Top in the linen that I hand-painted! Only 3 of these tops available in the shop until they’re sold out!

Yep, she is the actual cutest.

Yep, she is the actual cutest.

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Solie modeling the Elinor Dress Scoop Back Dress featured in rust linen

Solie modeling the Elinor Dress Scoop Back Dress featured in rust linen

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Amanda modeling the Gabriella Three-Quarter Sleeve Top in black linen and the Gloria Wide Leg Pant in golden linen

Amanda modeling the Gabriella Three-Quarter Sleeve Top in black linen and the Gloria Wide Leg Pant in golden linen

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Anna (hi, hello) modeling the Madeline Tie Crop Top featured in rust linen

Anna (hi, hello) modeling the Madeline Tie Crop Top featured in rust linen

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Solie modeling the Lara Dress featured in wheat linen

Solie modeling the Lara Dress featured in wheat linen

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Anna modeling the Mary Short Skirt featured in black linen

Anna modeling the Mary Short Skirt featured in black linen

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Amanda modeling the Gabriella Tie Dress featured in golden linen (my personal favorite!)

Amanda modeling the Gabriella Tie Dress featured in golden linen (my personal favorite!)

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So what do you think?! Are you as head-over-heels as I am?!

My mom sews her heart and soul into these garments, and I would love nothing more than for her to feel so celebrated on a launch day like today! So would you join me in visiting the Ma Ma Osa shop?!

Cheers to new ventures and the ones we love dearly.

Anna

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Special thanks to Jesús for shooting these looks with us that day! It was so much fun!