"Lies ar words that bloom like flowers"
A genderless collection inspired by the relationship of how a lie and a flower evolve. From the start of telling a lie until it gets known. From the bud until the flower dies.
An experimentation with natural dyes and natural fabrics. Mixing the magenta tones of the cochineal and the deepest blues of indigo. Inspired by the garments of the flower recollectors and the old pictures of small farmers in Japan. Another huge refference was from the movie "Only yesterday" of Studio Ghibli.