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Article: Meet Cocoon LA - Our Latest Caftan Collaboration

Meet Cocoon LA - Our Latest Caftan Collaboration - ocean+main

Meet Cocoon LA - Our Latest Caftan Collaboration

When we met Elizabeth Rickard, the dynamic, energtic and talented co-founder and designer of Cocoon LA (as well as fellow caftan lover and sustainability advocate), we knew we had met a kindred spirit.  After seeing her amazing work, we had no doubt a collaboration was in order.

Cocoon LA presents a modern take on classic loungewear:  Each piece is washable and transitions seamlessly from night to day and work to play, creating a wearable collection that’s effortlessly chic and ridiculously comfortable.

Born in England, trained in Italy, and now living in Los Angeles, Cocoon LA co-founder Elizabeth Rickard has 20 years of experience as a fashion designer with iconic brands such as Giorgio Armani, Emilio Pucci, and Sonia Rykiel, as well as her own luxury accessories company, Rickard Shah.

A passionate environmentalist, Elizabeth designs each piece with sustainability in mind. Crafted exclusively from conscious silk – cultivated without pesticides and in sync with the natural lifecycle of the silkworm – Cocoon LA loungewear is vegetable dyed with minimal water and hand-finished at artisan studios in India.

These pieces are limited edition, so get them while they last!
- o+m

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