Fall Winter ’15 — ’16
The “Seasons” collection is the metaphor for the important moments in the life of the woman, a celebration of the self. The story takes place in the present, but it also took place in countless other times.
The woman is born, discovers, understands and dies in a natural way, as the seasons naturally change throughout the years. The spring is compared with the birth of the woman and the rebirth of nature. Any beginning is generated by connections between already existing elements.
The woman lives her summer intensely. She sees, experiments, gets to know, finds different ways to love. Her world is the entire world, and her limits are the limits of the Universe itself. In autumn, the woman rediscovers herself in her own self. The metamorphosis in the Thinker of Hamangia occurs naturally within, as if the Thinker would have always been there, silently.
The circle of life closes in winter. The spiritual heritage of the woman is the one that remains to be discovered by people from other times, in other seasons of their lives.