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Simon James Design

Mahsa Willis

Mahsa Willis' design process is very emotive and instinctual - "I like to build moodboards and contemplate ideas that resonate with how women are feeling, living and dressing. I work with a very small team and produce all of my garments here in Auckland, New Zealand. I'm very interested in creating an edited approach to dressing, which is also autobiographical as I'm designing for myself too. I want less, but what I do have I want to really work for my lifestyle — dynamic and creative. I hope women who wear my clothes feel the same."

 

Ballet blouse Mahsa
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Ballet blouse - leaf print Mahsa
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Billow sleeve shirt Mahsa
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Billow sleeve shirt - stripe Mahsa
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Bow blouse Mahsa
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Camisole Mahsa
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Everyday ruffle blouse Mahsa
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Everyday shirt Mahsa
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Gentleman blazer Mahsa
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New gentleman trouser Mahsa
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Preacher crop Mahsa
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Preacher top - cotton muslin Mahsa
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Preacher top - stripe Mahsa
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Sailor blouse Mahsa
Save to Mood Board +— From $510
Short bow blouse Mahsa
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Short bow blouse - gingham Mahsa
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Short everyday blouse Mahsa
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Waistcoat Mahsa
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Preacher top Mahsa
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