This Clothing Brand Celebrates the Introvert in You
Check out Hinhin's vintage-inspired dresses.
If you're into gauzy florals and prairie-appropriate chic perfect for frolicking in lavender fields, you'll want to buy everything from Tricia Gosingtian's newly launched fashion label called Hinhin. Curious about the name? The Dedication page of the label says that the brand is "for the quiet girl whose inner universe is hardly ever silent," which explains the use of the word "hinhin."
Gosingtian's actually been wearing the line for a while now, but with her veritable treasure trove of similarly dainty vintage frocks, it was nearly impossible to tell that she'd already given followers a preview of some of the pieces on her Instagram! She only started tagging the brand once the pieces became officially available.
Here are some pieces from Hinhin's first collection, dubbed Chapter 1: The Last Girl on Earth:
Gosingtian personally sources fabric from Japan, Korea, India, and China. Each piece comes in limited quantities, and in case you're wondering why, it has to do with their process: Hinhin does fabric sourcing first before designing the actual piece. "We like breathing life into prints we love, even if a particular print can only make one or two items," their FAQ adds. Aside from the shop, Hinhin's website also has a section called The Trove, where you can read features on the brand's muses and stories from guest contributors that would appeal to introverts.
For more information, visit Hinhin's website.