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When Natalya Bagrova discovered her fiancée’s photo collection from the year he spent hitchhiking across the globe, she knew the images didn’t belong hidden on a shelf. She also knew that the photography scene was notoriously competitive. “I said to him, why don’t we think of another means to show your photography? Why don’t we put them on clothing?” Bagrova recalls. Six months later, Suva was born. The line features seam-to-seam photographs on tanks, tees, dresses and even home accessories. A private journal entry describing the shutter snap accompanies each piece. “A lot of people would love to see the world but don’t have the time or means,” says Bagrova. “With our clothing, they might get a little taste of it.”


Shop Suva at:
65 Bleecker Street, 10012


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