With her cheery clothing designs, the globally-minded designer of abacaxi gives new life to traditional handmade fabrics.

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Polaris Editorial, September 2014

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Time Out New York, April 2014

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Refinery 29, February 2014

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The Wild Magazine, February 2014

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Browntourage Interview, February 2014

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Inc., February 2014

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Ecouterre, February 2014

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Racked, January 2014

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Refinery29, December 2013

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Brown Alumni Magazine, Nov/Dec 2013 print issue

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Holiday Gift Guide, Haute Americana, Nov. 2013

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The Trend Spotter, NYFW Sept. 2013

"Named after the Portuguese word for pineapple, Brooklyn-based designer Sheena Sood’s most recent line is just as sweet as its alias — including handmade, eclectic pieces inspired by Sood’s travels to Brazil, Ecuador, and India."

-Bobby Schuessler for Refinery29, February 20, 2014

"We’re crazy in love with abacaxi, the new, made-in-New York capsule collection from designer Sheena Sood... Inspired by the frenzy of fabrics and mandala photographs on a soul-searching trip to India, Sood went solo (previous stints include Tracy Reese and Zac Posen). Shorts, blouses, and frocks blend stunning details (mirrors, embroidery) with playful silhouettes: Kantha-embroidered sporty silk shorts, lushly patterned flip-flops, and a rainbow’s worth of crepe de chine blouses with triangle cutouts and sheer panel accents nod to her Eastern adventures among others.

You’ll want one of everything.

Our prediction: She’ll run the world."  

- Tiffany Davis for Daily Candy, May 29, 2013.