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Botanica Workshop's New Lookbook Is a Whimsical Collab With Artist Amelia Giller

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Back in August we had reason enough to fall in love with Botanica Workshop's sustainable, made-in-LA lingerie: high quality organic cotton and washed silk georgette fabrics, nature-inspired color palettes, and styles—like high waisted briefs and longline bralettes—that are as cute as they are super-comfy.

Now designer Misa Miyagawa has tapped another local talent to help her promote her upcoming Autumn/Winter 2016 collection, someone whose body-positive approach matches her own. She learned about illustrator/GIF queen Amelia Giller from spotting one of the artist's enamel naked lady pins on a friend, and admired the fact that Giller opts to feature "real, friendly, appealing" bodies. She tells us, "I felt like she had the same amount of realness versus whimsy that my line tends to have, so she's definitely a #botanicababe!"

Now the designer is sharing the resulting lookbook images with us, which was custom-illustrated by Giller in conjunction with the Ye Rin Mok's photos to capture a "confident and chill" vibe—two adjectives that certainly aren't used enough when it comes to lingerie campaigns. While some of the pieces here (pink, black, and navy) are currently available at LACAUSA and Nonna, the other colorways will be shipping to stores in August, so you'll have to be patient for now.

Botanica Workshop's Autumn/Winter 2016 lookbook was shot by Ye Rin Mok, modeled by Mallory Wedding, with makeup/hair by Chelsea Esquibel.