Laura May, founder and creative director of Nagnata, styles new season Jac + Jack with pieces from Nagnata's Movement 11 collection.
Photography: Renée Parkhurst. Above: Laura May wears the Midway Shirt in Aero Stripe and the Motley Trackpant in Lapis.
Nagnata's ethos of sustainable practices and commitment to responsible design is something that resonates greatly with us. Our partnership with Nagnata is deep-rooted and we love stocking Nagnata pieces in Jac + Jack stores and online. Seeing customers mix Nagnata and Jac + Jack pieces always inspires us – there's an easy sensibility to both of our brands that we love seeing come together.
We felt it was only fitting to ask Laura May, the founder and creative director of Nagnata, to curate an edit of pieces. Laura May's personal style embodies the qualities of Nagnata; it is easy, cool and with an edge. It isn't hard to see why she has amassed a following on her socials – whether she is hosting a yoga class or attending an elegant soirée, Laura May has style in spades.
Above: Laura May wears the
Sharpo Cashmere Sweater in Natural and the Low Tide Silk Pants in Black.
Below: Laura May wears the Klien Polo, the Motley Short, the Midway Shirt in Aero Stripe, the Motley Track Jackey and Trackpant.
Below: Laura May wears the organic cotton Clay Beach Towel in Choc as a sarong.
“When travelling I pack classic, versatile pieces like shirting, silks and fine knit essentials to style back with my Nagnata streetwear styles. I always travel with a textile piece that can be used as a sarong and beach towel because I generally try to escape the cities for some sunshine and ocean to break up a busy work trip.”
Laura May wears the Scope Top in Darkest Navy.
“Our brands share a commitment to designing quality garments made from natural fibres for timeless style. We’ve long admired the Jac+Jack brand and it’s been an honour to have Nagnata sit alongside J+J in their boutiques.” – Laura May