Jets Australia has launched its new swim and resortwear collection, Sojourn.
The collection is the latest instalment from creative director Rachel Allen, who debuted her first collection with the brand in February, after it was purchased by Seafolly in 2020.
Continuing Jets' focus on sustainability, elevated detailing and quality fabrics and prints, the Sojourn collection explores six fashion stories within the range.
"Born from a love of cultures rich in colour and textiles, we designed Sojourn by taking inspiration from Marrakesh, the travellers along the silk route and the textiles of nomadic tribes," creative director Rachel Allen said.
"We want to offer our customers a slice of luxury, feelings of optimism and a space to dream.
"Throughout the design process we focus on luxurious fabrics, unique textile designs and timeless shapes.
"The collection is designed to sit alongside our Jetset range, an exceptional collection of foundational silhouettes and colours," she said.
Throughout the collection, Jets has used fabrics made from 100% regenerated Nylon yarn created from discarded fishing nets and other waste materials, as well as digitally printed textiles that ensure less environmental waste.
The pieces have also been designed with longevity in mind, ensuring that customers can keep the pieces for years to come.
"We continue to build on the Jets heritage, investing in premium and sustainable materials to create treasured pieces that will last for seasons to come," Allen added.
"Each collection we launch new prints and colours to cast the mood of the season.
"Every colour and print is unique and meticulously developed by our expert design team.
"This season’s fashion stories showcase statement paisleys, nomadic stripes and whimsical florals," she said.
The Jets Australia Sojourn collection launched in department stores and on the Jets website today, July 22.