Place of invention and adaptability as described by Henry David Thoreau, who claims the power of the individual to defy this world and inhabit it differently in a poetic refusal of conformity, or by Marielle Macé in her work “Nos cabanes” (Our Cabins), this collection is conceived as a refuge with subdued, colorful, and enveloping tones through the cuts and materials used.
Inspired by Le Corbusier’s Cabanon, the “Nilss” piece in wool or water-repellent cotton allows for the modulation of trenches and parkas, accessorizing an inclusive silhouette. The ecru facing enhances the concept of an evolving garment.
The chromatic palette ranges from light to dark. Recycled Italian wools, nuanced in half tones of alpaca or merino, are disrupted by vibrant oranges and pinks, pastel shades of aqua green and lilac, deep ultraviolets and dark navy, culminating in black; a reference to the hues obtained by the technique of Shou Sugi Ban, Japanese burnt wood.
The oversized tailoring, available in three colors, breaks the codes of the classic with a modern androgynous cut for a unique, elegant, and effortless style. The knits, extremely soft and plush, warm the ample volumes of dresses cinched with ties, asymmetrical mini-skirts, leather culottes and supple jeans with unique folds. The coats are intentionally spacious and enveloping, contemporary with a touch of nonchalance.
A resolutely unified wardrobe with minimalist, original, and mobile aesthetics, punctuated by the Reflect, Diffract, and Lumen prints that suggest the Northern Lights and breathe the dreamy call of vast Nordic spaces.
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