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.