Monday, 14 December 2020

The Last Butterfly In The World

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Farhad Re

Farhad Re designed this capsule collection to remind us that without nature, culture would not exist.

Faced with the disastrous state of the planet, trying to make fashion virtuous, from its production to its distribution, is no longer enough. We must scream out loud, while nature is dying silently.

Hope is in art. Three months of work were necessary for each creation, entirely cut, painted and embroidered by hand ... By transforming the woman in the most majestic of insects, sublime chrysalis with bright and iridescent hues, emerging from pollution like a purified renewal in creations made of silk organza and integrating recycled plastic, seeming to come alive when worn, like an extension of the flesh, - perfect fusion between the woman and what clothes her.

This collection is a symbol. The flutter of butterfly wings; capable of triggering a tornado halfway around the world? Farhad Re wants us to believe in the heralding vital forces more radiant auspices, and delivers us an essential message:

Beauty alone can save the world.

The metaphor is worn, knowing that he is the only man responsible for the annihilation of the living ... What will happen then when the last wing flap of the last butterfly in the world occurs?