This forest - unbroken - gasps out a whisper. Deep scraps of green lean on the edge. Trees might open the eyes for infinity. For a salty conversation. They might rustle trembling fingers.
it starts with shivers of sunlight
she walks in
mist crumbles away
she holds her breath
eyelashes cracks spider webs
'it smells like pine cones' she thinks
she draws curves in the air
heavy spirit tickles her face
forest beasts crawl in the hair
she breaths in
Text by Karolina Ozolinsiute, photos and video by Savan Panchal
Essay 1 is a collection of stories - garments - which got inspired by women.
Each model is a unique single made item. Each is special.
All garments are created from a variety of fabrics seeking minimum waste. High-quality silk and lightweight organza create airy voluminous silhouettes and crisp cotton embody more stable and sculptural shapes. Delicate glass beads are hand-sewn creating subtle embroidery patterns.
This collection is a combination of neutral earthy and pastel tones aspiring parallel to colors in nature.
Nature as a saga.
Nature as a home.
by Karolina Ozolinsiute