Spring-Summer 2024

About abacaxi

Balancing bold color, handcrafted techniques, and an innovative play on traditional silhouettes, abacaxi is Indian-American designer Sheena Sood’s wearable vision. Named after the Portuguese word for pineapple, abacaxi hybridizes a tropical spirit with an NYC lifestyle.
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Stingray Symbolism - Smash Fear

Farm to Closet - Healing the Earth

Many of our custom fabric designs and garments are now made with 100% regenerative cotton that was organically grown, harvested, ginned, spun, and naturally dyed in Erode, Tamil Nadu, India in partnership with Oshadi Collective.

Regenerative farming replenishes the soil through ancient practices and traditional wisdom. Oshadi’s seed to sew program is increasing the biodiversity of the land, while farmers and artisans have found financial independence as they preserve and revive ancestral traditions.

Sheena also works closely with Oshadi collective’s skilled weavers on custom handloom fabrics- truly an exquisite, dying art. The regenerative cotton yarn is handwoven on a floor loom by a team of experienced weavers in nearby Chennimalai, Tamil Nadu, India.

All of abacaxi’s designs are made in limited editions, with many loving hands, and are designed to cherish.


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