With this first collection, LEBRAHC – which means Charbel, in reverse, as if his name were projected in a...
With this first collection, LEBRAHC – which means Charbel, in reverse, as if his name were projected in a mirror – defines a new style. A fun and serious attitude that nonetheless revolves around strict geometric lines, evokes brutalism and supremacist principles to create strong looks.
Mixing exactness and fluidity, the architectural cuts release a subtle dose of : graphic and androgynous, sensual and light, the collection embodies the Malevich woman.
First chapter of a wardrobe that will fill out over time, dark grey blocs intensify black silhouettes, dresses unveil elegant details and V-cuts in the back, while collars and sleeves come as seamless detachable parts like on a surrealist painting. Enhanced with a pallet of tasteful colours, off-whites meet navy marine, cobalt and cornflower blue while anthracite echo to scarlet and crimson reds.
Like on a canvas, these graphic compositions balance each other out with splashes of colours.
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