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“Many yogis are intuitively drawn to the moon as a powerful symbol and love our intriguing designs and soft natural fabrics. Wearing something that inspires will make them feel even more radiant in their next yoga class.” says founder Simona Schimanovich.
With their unique prints and natural, light fabrics Moon Tribe’s tops make a for a very special gift for yogi friends who are interested in mindful living, spirituality, ethical fashion and prefer to buy organic.
A new label for mindful movement designed in London, Moon Tribe creates ethical clothes for contemporary yogis and yoginis. The intriguing designs created by Simona feature a golden crescent moon, the brand’s trademark, combined with mystical graphics and inspiring messages.
“Our brand celebrates the vibrant conscious community which is growing worldwide and make us feel connected as one global tribe.”
After launching their first collection “Discover Your Light” last year their beautiful tops can now be found in London’s leading yoga studios, The Life Centre and Triyoga, as well as selected boutique studios from London to Auckland.
As a unique gift one of the tops will allow your favourite yogis to share their conscious lifestyle as much in the yoga practice as during the day.
Dedicated to sustainable, fair-trade production, using only natural materials and supporting the international charity “Yoga Gives Back” this gift will also help to spread ripples of good karma in all directions.
The collection is available to order online at
Photo: “Follow The Moon” tee – £37
Director & Founder
Moon Tribe is a new label for mindful movement designed in London. We create ethical clothes for contemporary yogis to inspire us and share our conscious lifestyle.
We are on a journey to spread higher vibrations and connect our tribe of mindful movement, celebrating this vibrant global community.
The brand was founded by Simona Schimanovich – a free spirit, art director and yoga teacher – and launched in London in 2016.
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