Singer Atilia launches an exclusive collection of yoga mats and batik accessories

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Yoga teacher and Jazz singer Atilia Haron has launched an exclusive collection of batik outfits and accessories with social enterprise, Batik Boutique.

 The collaboration between the Hippie Hub founder and the artisan-centred boutique features a collection of yoga mats and batik accessories to help you find your inner yogi and remember to breathe even in the continued CMCO.

“I chose this design and these strong colours for the collection because they hold such power; not just for the people that will use these products but also for the artisans that were involved in designing them,” says Atilia.

The first 20 yogis to purchase a yoga mat will win a month’s worth of yoga lessons with Atilia herself. Yoga-tta get them quick!

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The Atilia x BB collection also features a hand-painted batik kimono in Onyx – a stunning statement piece for your wardrobe to dress up even the most basic of outfits. We find this kimono especially handy when we’re half asleep and trying to make it out the door for those 7 AM classes or off to meet a friend for coffee. 

Is any post-2020 look really complete without a face mask? We think not. The Atilia x Batik Boutique collection also includes two reusable, 3 layer, WHO-approved face masks in the betta fish warrior motifs. Each face mask also comes in a biodegradable, 100% corn starch bag to store your mask in between uses. Protect yourself while protecting the planet. 

The final piece in the collection is the Breathe canvas pouch lined with 100% cotton Malaysian batik. In a time of uncertainty, Atilia hopes to remind you to breathe as you carry your everyday essentials on the go with this zippered pouch. The pouch can be worn as a wristlet as well and is a positive message to remember throughout your day.

The Atilia x Batik Boutique collaboration is not just another yoga collection – every item purchased from this collection directly impacts the artisans who made it. Each product tells a story: hand-painted by local batik artisans and sewn by women from marginalised communities in Malaysia. A meaningful story behind local handmade pieces that will last you a lifetime.


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