Do you want to catch diamond morning dew or something else?
The biggest inspiration for this collection came from the masterpiece of traditional Japanese painting by Shoen Uemura (1875-1949), about a fictional woman in an 11th century classic, The Tale of Genji.
Uemura wrapped her in a costume embroidered with spider’s webs to express her despair after being crossed in a forbidden love.
Many people can relate to this. But today we somehow repair a broken heart and turn the emotions into energy to carry on.
The designer spent months finalising this collection to bring elegance, edginess and hopefulness into such a simple design -- spider’s webs catching diamond morning dew.