WABI SABI: Japanese concept of the XV century, searches and describes an imperfect, incomplete and fleeting beauty. Asymmetry, rough, simplicity and opposites. It defends the beauty of natural growth and decay of the elements in a melancholy and spiritual way.
Cathartic, gathers elements of a self-discovery: fargility and force.
The silhouete is inspired by the diferent types of kimonos, and traditional japanese coats.The layers are inspired in the traditional samurai costume: a masculine strenght to a feminine silhouete. The materials reflect oposites: rough and fluid