Represented by the Ouroboros, an ancient Egyptian symbol of a snake eating up its own tail—a paradoxical symbol that speaks of destruction and construction much like a process of self-renewal that englobes its polar opposite, the collection displays an anti-modern characteristic of dualisms defied the deadly logic of rigidity and determinism, each piece a “parliament of selves” on its own with a multitude of identities. Different floral fabrics come together as one, alongside all of God’s creatures inhabited by signs, symbols and archetypes, upon the sleeves of a men’s tweed jacket, the collar of a dress shirt or the buttons of an overcoat, and on display passionately across the lapels of a floral-print blazer.
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