The Good shepherd’s collection is simple and practical. It’s uniqueness in appearance propagates the lifestyle of a Shepard [John 10:11] with such imagery like that of the people in ancient Israel. Inspiration for this design is modeled as such to allow mobility for the shepherd, who had to move quickly or run fast, so ultimately their robes were probably only knee-length. This collection is a complete attire made from a rough weave of fibre or finest linen comprising of an upper and lower piece. The top of takes the form of a shirt or tunic – a sizable piece of material held together at the left front side, with tiny strands of cord with an opening for the head to go through. The bottom or lower garment is pulled in with a fabric rope|belt and comes down to the knees.