The term "Manna" of Arabic origin, refers to the food sent down from Heaven to the Children of Israel by Allah or God, at the request of the prophet Moses. It can be translated as a sweet, honey-like sap that was paired with "Salwa" or quail meat, and was a means of sustenance for the followers of Moses after escaping the Pharaoh of Egypt.
This miracle is mentioned in the sacred texts of all three Abrahamic faiths (Islam, Christianity and Judaism) and serves as a unifying factor for the followers of all three faiths.
"MANNA" is meant to serve as a reflection on this phenomenon and to instill the remembrance of the blessings given to us by the creator of the universe, whether that is the receiving of our daily bread or simply, the ability to live life everyday.
The inspiration from this message can be seen in the tonal or "humble" colors of the garments as raw and unfinished edges combine with a moto inspired strong shouldered signature aesthetic to form a juxtaposition between soft knits and hard leather material paying homage to a prophetic period.