The starting point of the Spring Summer 2023 collection is the Suprematism movement and the color-work of Kazimir Malevich.
Around 1913, strongly influenced by avant-garde, a new art movement took place: Suprematism. It is paintings, which do not have a particular motive, instead it is a composition of abstract colorful arrangements.
Emerald green, cornflower, powder blue, mushroom grey, and pure white added with a drop of vibrant orange and caramel shows that the choice of the color-palette is clearly a major milestone in this process.
Inspired by the drenched, wildflower laden fields of Scandinavia and recreated in prints, this is for all the flower-loving souls. And somehow, these styles, featuring forest-strawberry-plants and tiny green leaves on a light background, manage to be both adoring and edgy at the same time.
This Spring Summer 23 collection is also devoted to stripes, as a staple mainstay. A preferred print with a decade-long story as a substitute for “classic”. Breton, nautical or pinstripes – there is a variation for everyone.