Ria Dunn, the Canadian designer behind Lost And Found, presents her Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Introducing an array of new technical compositions, juxtaposed with the basis of natural materials, and the story of Lost And Found brand. The general notion of an aviator is shown through one piece garments, like uniforms. The designer is developing new technical compositions in order to manipulate upon synthetic materials, placing them close together with modern natural fibers, the underlying basis of Lost And Found’s old-world story, these fibers of Linen and Hemp. Working with more technical fabrics and finishing, Lost And Found calls to attention to noticeable differences, the designer is changing her game in terms of over dying and working with garments. As Ria explained, “This one linen we developed with one of the factories in Tuscany, it is this really refined, beautiful diagonal Linen. We worked with Polyurethane layers on the top. It is this really contrasting nature clashed against this gritty technical thing.” For more information visit the official website.