The accessories are predominantly voluminous; both patterns and weaves have unusual details. Mosses and lichens inspired the evolution of applications: rubberised, flocked, carded, printed with swelling 3D ink patterns.

Tapes and edges take their inspiration from the roots tangled around abandoned materials: oversize weave knits, embroidered nets in wool yarns, wools coupled with polyurethane threads, oversize embroidery on latticework bases.

The reuse of materials becomes an aesthetic key especially with regard to details: fabric warps and pull-tabs are inspired by disused anglers’ boxes, fasteners are made by reusing hooks and tapes from sports jackets, chains are recycled from Tetra Pak packaging.

Tags, labels and bonded leathers allude to stratified shores, alternating flocked nets, recycled paper and natural materials, while the zips bring to mind silty ponds with greenish coatings and camouflage prints.

Rubberised ribbon weave
Leatherette harness
Polyurethane with rubberised effects and finishings using artisan colours
Wool cloth with limitless embroidery technique
Embroidery on net bases
Layered print felts
Polyurethane netting with nuanced flocking
Combinations of tinted chiffon with carding, metal rings and bulky yarn
Pendants with various objects for fishing
Application decorated with 3D techniques
Natural cork with moss details
Wool yarn embroidery
Camouflage zips with patterned zip pulls
Wool laminated with aliphatic polyurethane film
Macro woven knit with patterned yarn
Flocked mesh and recycled paper label
Oversize hook with puckered elastic
Oversize hook with plastic-coated tape
Moss stitch embroidery on lattice work
Carded denim and flannel
Appliqué in carded wool
Wool cloth with limitless embroidery technique
Green label with carpet embroidery
Flocked nets layered with wool and nylon lamination
Drummed leather label
Stretch laces with rubberised yarns
Jacron label
Oval chain made of recycled Tetra Pak material