Smash + Tess launched its second collection with influencer Sarah Nicole Landry, a.k.a. The Birds Papaya today. After the duo’s first collaboration sold out in three minutes back in May, the Vancouver-based comfy-chic brand got back together with Landry to start working on a new collection immediately.
We understand why the demand was so high the first time around. Smash + Tess’s clothing is particularly famous for its quality and style, offering comfort to Canadians of all genders, shapes and sizes. (The range is available in sizes XXS to XXL.)
The cozy Canadian brand is partnering with the body-positive influencer, The Birds Papaya, for an all-new collection.
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FALL @smashtess X @thebirdspapaya collection is NOW LIVE while supplies last! After our spring collab sold out in 3 minutes we went to work IMMEDIATELY to get ready reimagine those pieces for the cooler months of the year! Available in sizes XXS-XXXL and versatile in many ways, we hope you love it as much as we do! Link in bio to shop! 😍 #BPxST #rompsohard #everywear
Smash + Tess’s size-inclusivity is definitely in line with The Birds Papaya’s messaging, which is also all about body-positivity. With this in mind, they designed each piece to “promote the true power of self-love.” So, it’s a match made in heaven.
Landry designed three new products for the fall collection that are similar to the ones in the first collaboration, changing the colour scheme and making each piece more appropriate for fall.
The limited-edition collection launched online today but it’s not sold out yet (we hope we don’t jinx it). So, shop it below before the pieces are gone.
Smash + Tess x The Birds Papaya
The second collection includes the S + T Jemma Autumn Romper, the Power Papaya Shirt, and the Power Papaya Pant.
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