Discover NEHERA Fall Winter 2021.22 Meta Collection, that was inspired by Giorgio de Chirico’s painting The Song of Love, as well as with a Renaissance noblewoman Elisabetta Gonzaga, and an Austrian couturier and businesswoman Emilie Louise Flöge, presented with a fashion film at the ongoing Paris Fashion Week. The collection explores reflections of the past, the surrealism of the present, and visions of the future. It brings functional and comfortable pieces.
“The collection goes beyond what is expected of fashion nowadays and doesn’t shy away from being illogical, peculiar, melancholic, but also playful, surprising, and unpredictable. The strong influence of “beyond realism” is held throughout the whole collection with surprising coats and blazers, unexpected materials, prints, or color selection. It excels in festive shirts, dresses, and skirts that are vibrant and diverse. All the exuberant pieces flawlessly combine with essential pieces such as classic trench coats, tailored jackets, and pants for everyday use.
The core palette used in the collection is the essential NEHERA hue, such as beige, off-white and black, accompanied by special contrast colors, such as flamingo, mustard, gold, and silver; a bizarre juxtaposition that accentuates the dreamy, surreal feeling of the collection. The expected high-quality materials like virgin wool, wool gabardine, stripe suiting, alpaca, or cashmere Melton are contrasted by unexpected and bold materials such as liquid velvet in gold and silver color, crinkled lining in silver and black mixed in unanticipated structures.” – from Nehera