Everything is interconnected. Interaction can be seen and felt everywhere. In principle, a lot is already clear about what it will become, it's just not yet known in what form exactly. Everything will remain, but everything will change. Existing assumptions are used in making the collection about what clothes look like; they are deconstructed and examined in a new light, twisting and connecting them with webbing in abstract forms, reflecting a symbolic direction towards the unknown.
Pink is used as a reflection of the feminine; it is gentle and sensitive. Grey represents the masculine; it is rough, and actually is the dark side of the pink tones. Together they create something COMPLETE.
COMPLETE aims to express the idea of variation and development, depicting the conceptual aspiration into the unknown. Compelling and structured garments with experimental visual image.
SWAN IN OIL
Couture wedding dress made out of the least luxurious fabric – paper. Made from more than a thousand paper leaves. The dress resembles the white plumage of the elegant winged avian—the designers have also re-invented the traditional, pure white wedding dress by splattering their paper gown with paint, as if depicting the tragic end of the creature. Originally presented on a mannequin, the dress is worn by a real model for a photo shoot entitled “Swan in Oil.Before and After”, which shows how surprisingly wearable the dress is. Paper dress made in collaboration with Dita Enikova.
WANDERLUST - A strong desire to travel and explore new places. Why do some of us feel an irresistible urge to travel, while others feel quite well only in a familiar environment? Possibly the answer lies in our genes. The gene itself, which is identified as DRD4-7R, has been dubbed the “wanderlust gene,” because of its correlation with increased levels of curiosity and restlessness, for the most part. The gene is not too common; in fact, it’s only possessed by about 20 percent of the population. The core of the collection is a wanderlust gene reflection in visual material.
LolliPOPE capsule collection is designed in response to Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation. In a humorous manner she recreates the pope’s mitre (ceremonial headdress) using loud colors and playful prints in the shape of an over-sized knit beanie. The main idea is to make people think about spiritual leader inside themselves.