The first collection, which has been recently restocked, was inspired by Japanese woodblock designs and tattoos which were designed exclusively for Naja by a San Francisco tattoo artist. The latest collection is inspired by 17th century churches, Mexican folklore and the works of Frida Kahlo. Spending summers in the Mexican countryside as a child, Girald uses these memories to create a whimsical new collection. Birds, monkeys, traditional hearts, angels and the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe were all hand-drawn by Girald as an original print. A bright contrast from the first collection of black, white and red, the Fall 2014 collection is colorful with bold goldenrod, vibrant vermillion and deep cerulean. Every bra has a fun contrasting print inside, like a little secret that women hold in their lingerie. In every panty, an inspirational quote is written in the gusset to start your day off emboldened and empowered.