You can rescue elephants by wearing the latest Nicole Miller fashion collection

Nicole Miller has launched her Pre-Fall 2021 Thai jungle-inspire collection.

An early 2020 visit to Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort Thailand sparked the design of the fashion icon’s latest line.

The resort protects rescued elephants in their natural habitat. Nicole Miller will donate a percentage of the collection to the resort’s elephant welfare projects.

Elephants – the national symbol of Thailand – are admired for their strength, endurance and intelligence. It’s no surprise that the Nicole Miller Pre-Fall 2021 collection exudes exactly that.

The collection features tropical motifs such as animal prints, creeping vines and decorative elephants. The vibrancy of the garments and prints transport you to an exotic place – something we’re thankful for in a Covid world. Shop the full range here.

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Left: Thai Jungle Smocked Blouse Right: Cheetah Ruffle Dress

The almost total disappearance of tourism due to COVID-19 continues to impact Thailand’s 3,800 odd captive elephants.

Elephant carers still need US$18,000 to look after a single elephant. To make matters worse COVID-19 has forced at least 85 elephant in Northern Thailand to close. This means Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp &
Resort have expanded their work.

Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort

All funds raised by the Nicole Miller collection will go towards resources and labour that support traditional elephant owning and wild elephant communities.

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