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Bite Studios Resort 2025 Collection



Evolving within self-determined boundaries is what BITE Studios is all about. The new resort collection shows that progress is being made in the field of materials. Co-founder William Lundgren reported that 99% of the textiles used for this collection are organic or certified, delivering on the promise of the brand name, with BITE being an acronym for By Independent Thinkers for Environmental Progress. Aesthetically, Lundgren, Veronika Kant and the team continue to explore how to add a bit of frills and excitement to a minimal wardrobe.

BITE’s beautiful peplum remains in the offering and has been expanded from flower to flamenco-adjacent area; denim capri pants with ruffled hems are unexpected here. Flirty shirts with asymmetrical wavy hems are shown with the knits, some in Mongolian cashmere. These are slightly fitted to emphasize the figure.

“We really felt a combination of coziness and ease,” Kant noted. The team has done a good job of turning that into elegant, but not fussy, evening options. The LBD is updated with black and white organza and opens into floating panels at the hem. BITE offers a cream and white take on a tuxedo look, and in black a shaped tunic and trousers. A-line shapes, some a bit stiff, appear several times in the collection, including on a hero piece, a black coat with unexpected ruffles and a matching button-up scarf that can be styled in different ways.

Nothing feels heavy in this collection. One of the ways lightness is expressed is through the use of transparencies, such as in a white-on-white set. The pleats of the sheer shirt are also applied to the legs of khaki pants, which are a welcome alternative to the ubiquitous cargo pants.

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