A bathrobe with hydrangea-shaped sleeves is cut in a featherlight taffetas and can be worn either at home with very little underneath, or outside as a dramatic coat. The same taffetas is fixed as a gathered hem on T-shirts and Sweatshirts, turning them into relaxed cocktail dresses.
Fluid coats in linen or cotton are cut with a round, open neckline and worn with pearls or strands of crystals.
A classic shirt shape is cut in rainproof nylon for use as a raincoat, or in light cotton poplin to be worn as an airy summer dress.
Squares of fluid silk are fixed at irregular points at the shoulders and drape over the neck and arms in a sensual, random way.
Finally, Denim Jackets and Coats are cut in half at the waist, an added drawstring cinches them into a wasp-like shaped waist reminiscent of 50s Couture.
In the end this became a Collection about comfort and ease, of garments to wear forever:
Sportswear that doesn’t look like sportswear, homewear to leave the house in.