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Tribute to the porters and mountain guides in the Himalayas. The effort, the tenacity the camaraderie and the extreme conditions are source of inspiration in this collection.
The trip, the path and the experience of nature help to draw the collection.
Religion, pilgrimage and meditation play an important role in the mise en scène.
The strong personality of Tibet unleashes a job with textures that evoke the atmosphere of the villages. Hand knitting has a strong presence combined with fine gauge mohair and wicked wool hand-knitted.
The Spanish knot technique using wicked wool recalls yaks fur, wild animals in danger of extinction.
The volume achieved with paddings steers us to the padded garments worn by the old Sherpas. The high-volume garments evoke the burden carried by Sherpas.
The softness of the snow and its ephemeral state is represented by the paddings and knitted garments using black sparkled with white yarn.
The small fields naturally formed, typical from Tibet, are represented by overlapping strips forming a continuous path.
The technique of macramé appears into the life of the Tibetans as a weaving exercise in the family environment.
Organic forms lead into oversize clothing and rounded lines. Clean forms are played with overlapping layers and hand embroidery.
Technical textiles are present through out collection and they are worked padded. They are combined with 100% wool yarn and short fur mohair. The Jacquard weave hand embroidered has a prominent role.
The colours black, grey, ecru and light grey prevail offering secrecy and ambiguity.