"Read green"
The collection is inspired by Milan Kundera’s book “The Unbearable Lightness of Being”. As in the book the fabrics
reflect the opposition of lightness and gravity. The prints representing salads, radishes are other fruits vegetables
symbolize our quest for defining our existence, where w


e sometimes express our own self through what we eat
rather than through what we think. The prints also challenge the perpetual come back theory refuted by Kundera,
while floral prints have been standard in fashion, it’s a more radical approach to elevate more common vegetables to the
ranks of flowers, symbolizing also Kundera’s third pillar of reflection: the concept of kitsch.

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