"When I see a white piece of paper, I feel I've got to draw. And drawing, for me, is the...
"When I see a white piece of paper, I feel I've got to draw. And drawing, for me, is the beginning of everything."
This collection started like a blank canvas. First came a curve; then a circle followed, soon after, by the power of abstraction.
A tribute to Ellsworth Kelly, pure geometric forms led to structured cuts: curved neckline, funnelled collars and superimposed, kinetic woollen jacquard are part of a broader composition.
Bold and sculptural, polished plexi necklaces further reinterpret Kelly’s monochromes.
Staging a Kazimir Malevich silhouette, a spectrum blue jumpsuit and a dark nude neoprene coat draw a parallel with modern art where volumes and colours stand out, open to interpretation.
Adjustable waists wiggle structured looks, while dense hues – lacquer red, night blue - create a fundamental tension with suprematists black and white.
A collection based on perception.