Olistic The Label

Velum Silk Kimono


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Like the sails of a boat, the "Velum" kimono is designed to be light and fluid. Made from natural & organic silk satin, the “Velum” kimono has low shoulders and loose sleeves. With its classic and discreet lines, this revisited version of the Japanese kimono tends towards simplicity. Its opening in the back brings modernity and dynamism to the style of the room. A wardrobe essential, to wear with the white silk “Velum” pants.

Materials and Features

100% satin silk (Ahimsa, peace silk)
GOTS certified organic
(Global Organic Textile Standard)
Produced in an Indian sericulture
Turquoise & hand embroidery
Designed in France
Ethically made in Portugal

Its loose cut allows absolute comfort and timeless elegance. This piece easily adapts to different body shapes thanks to its adjustable belt. For women who love clean, simple designs.
Less is more.

The silk comes from an Indian sericulture certified organic GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and developed by a community of women. By wearing this piece, you participate in the preservation of the silk tradition of peace "Ahimsa" which means "humane" that is to say that one does not kill the silkworm but one preserves its life.


For special customisation requests, write to info@priestlondon.com (custom-made)


Olistic (adj) – Believing in a sustainable approach to fashion, caring for People and the Earth

Inspired by the 4 elements, Olistic The Label explores the connection between human beings and the Earth. Their sustainable luxury house was born from the desire to create both ethical and elegant garments. Based on biomimicry, their collection is made out of 100% natural certified organic fibres. Olistic aims to redefine the eveningwear, cocktail and wedding dresses by blending minimalist and romantic silhouettes with a contemporary bohemian twist. Their name comes from "holistic", which entails a whole approach where human beings share a deep connection with the Earth. Each garment is designed with eco-friendly materials such as peace silk, wood fibre and upcycled leather.

As a creator of social impact, the brand supports the work of women in organic sericulture cooperatives in India. In the deep Vedic tradition of Ahimsa (non-violence), the Silk of Peace is more than just a material: it’s a whole process respecting the silkworm’s life. True ornaments: cultured pearls, pearls and turquoises, embellish the collection and stress on the organic luxury dimension of the brand. In order to preserve a precious tradition and history, the embroidery is handmade by a community of craftsmen. Olistic is based on responsible productions, all pieces of the collection are assembled in a family workshop in Portugal. The house values the know-how of Haute Couture and applies demanding requirements as well as a rigour on the details and finish of all of its products. In a logic of durability, the pieces of each collection remain versatile for timeless elegance. They also offer tailor-made pieces and customized embroidery depending on the preferences and on the personality of each client. 

Why we love them? The brand promotes a slow lifestyle where the core values are: trust, passion and respect.

Shop Consciously at Priest London.

The impact of fashion is the third most polluting industry in the world. When shopping for new items, being conscious means ensuring you know where your clothes come from and the impact they have on the environment. We've gathered most of the materials used at Priest London below to help you track your fashion footprint - Each material has a footprint that they leave on the earth, so purchase quality pieces that have minimal impact on our planet. 

1KG of Cotton

Impact: 1KG of Cotton takes 10,000l water & 28kg carbon to produce.

The alternativeOrganic & Recycled Cotton
 Look out for the certifications like the GOTS certified organic logo

1KG of Linen

Linen has a low environmental impact as it is a natural fibre that comes from the stems of the flax plant. It uses considerably fewer resources than cotton or polyester (such as water, energy, pesticides, insecticides, fertilisers).

Impact: 1KG of Linen takes 2,067l water & 15kg carbon to produce.

UP TO 2.1 TONS OF CO2 are absorbed per ton of flax cellulose produced    60% LESS WATER is required to grow flax compared to cotton
The alternativeOrganic & recycled linen

1KG of Polyester

Polyester requires intense amounts of energy to produce and is non-biodegradable

Impact: 1KG of Polyester takes 78l water & 21kg carbon to produce.

700000 microfibers    
The alternative: Recycled or certified polyester, Econyl

1KG of Silk

Silk is derived from the silkworm and is a renewable source. However, the chemicals produced when creating silk and the silkworm is killed when using conventional methods

Impact: 1KG of Silk takes 58,150l water & 25kg carbon to produce.

The alternative: Peace silk, Organic silk

1KG of Viscose

Viscose is a semi-synthetic fibre that is made from trees such as pine. The wood pulp that viscose is made from is manufactured by treating it with chemicals meaning it is still a pollutant to earth, despite being a plant based fibre

Impact: 1KG of Viscose takes 3,829l water & 30kg carbon to produce.

70 MILLION TREES are cut down each year to make our clothes

Image: https://www.sustainyourstyle.org

The alternative: Lyocell & Responsibly sourced viscose. Also see Priest London garments made from organic cotton, hemp, and linen, and ensure natural dyes are used

1KG of Wool

Wool, whilst a renewable natural fibre, practices in sheep farming has significant impacts on the environment such as the methane gas sheep produce - a gas that is 25 times worse for global warming than CO2.

Impact: 1KG of Wool takes 2,237l water & 46kg carbon to produce.

30% OF PATAGONIA is affected by desertification due to sheep grazing    1 BILLION SHEEP in the world are bred to produce wool

Image: https://www.sustainyourstyle.org

The alternative: Organic & Recycled wool

1KG of Leather

Toxic chemicals are used to transform the skins into wearable leather.
80% of the world leather production use chromium    16 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE WORLD are at risk because of chromium exposure

Impact: 1KG of Leather takes 17,093l water & 19kg carbon to produce.

The alternative: Plant-based vegan leather & Responsibly sourced leather

Sources: https://www.sustainyourstyle.org/en/leather ; https://www.theworldcounts.com/

Shop Consciously at Priest London.

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