This collection an echo of the work of Paul Chmaroff, above all a pure search for lines, shapes, volumes, movements, colors and textures.
The designer realized an aesthetic research questioning its environmental impact, which is both a constraint, a limitation to creativity and at the same time an incentive to be more creative with these constraints.
Creating a collection made essentially of natural fibers, including linen, undoubtedly the most ecological fiber, in combination with silk, or bamboo viscose, the manufacturing of which has a low ecological impact. and which is bio-degradable, and embroidery made from fabric scraps.
Also were used fibers and textiles characteristic of the African continent: raffia from Cameroon and Madagascar, Obom (patched tree bark) from Cameroon, tinted bazin from Cameroon, Adire from Mali and Nigeria, Kenté from Ghana.
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(Courtesy of Imane Ayissi - Press Office)