Discover Nehera‘s Fall Winter 2020.21 What Remains collection, that transforms old fabrics with the new patterns into the modern looks, while keeping balance between function and style, presented on Wednesday, February 26th, during the ongoing Paris Fashion Week.
“The Pattern is a paradoxical, loud, yet subtle, unruly, yet calm. The prints are digitalized motives of trees and smoke of a pyrography artwork made by local artisans. The inside and outside mingle, the concrete embraces the nature through forest-inspired prints and in accessories handbags that use tree branches for handles. The Tailoring has shifted to explore more feminine direction. It is a nod to the history of Nehera that after streamlining the manufacturing of menswear tailoring, started the ready-made suiting for women in the late 1930s.
The Accessories are boisterous and timeless. Tailored bucket hats are a splendid combination of molded wool contrasting with sewn softer brims. Knotted scarf bags play with raw or polished wood handles. Temporary woven sock shoes and shoe covers rolled down sheer tights at the runway.“
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