潮流趋势主题

  潮流趋势主题 秋冬2021-22: 

" 万物皆有裂缝,这就是光进来的地方 "

                                                                万物皆有裂缝,这就是光进来的地方。
                                                                                   -伦纳德·科恩
   我们周围有太多东西正在瓦解。梦想每天都在破灭,我们只能捡起前世的碎片。大流行正在将我们推向极限,其后果将在很长一段时间内显现出来。在日本,使用kintsugi(意为“金色细木工”)的修补技术,用手工精心将破碎的陶瓷重新组装起来,裂缝中充满了金粉。疤痕不是隐藏的,而是可见的,提高了作品的价值——也许是升级改造的原始形式。对我们来说,kintsugi 已成为当前局势的隐喻,以及成为如何应对的指导主题。因为除了作为一种传统的日本技术之外,kintsugi 还是一种哲学,是一条能通过突破铺成的平坦之路,能使我们变得更强大(借用 Céline Santini)。我们的研究还将我们引向了侘寂美学,我们在其中发现了与现代设计和 Trippen 哲学的相似之处:简单和不完美的美,以及对历久不衰的物件的欣赏。我们的最新系列将许多破碎的细节与单品组合在一起——提出了新的轮廓和尖头款式,可以反复穿着。

                                                                                           - Leonard Cohen

   So much is falling apart around us. With dreams shattering every day, we’re left to pick up the shards of our previous lives. The pandemic is pushing us to our limits, and its consequences will be visible for a long time to come. In Japan, broken ceramics are lovingly and painstakingly put back together by hand using the mending technique of kintsugi meaning 'golden joinery' through which cracks are led with gold dust. Scars are not hidden but rendered visible, enhancing the value of the piece - perhaps the original form of upcycling. To us, kintsugi has become a metaphor for the current situation, and a guiding motif when questioning how to deal with it. Because as well as being a traditional Japanese technique, kintsugi is a philosophy, a path to resilience paved with breaking points that make us stronger (to borrow from Céline Santini). Our research also led us to the aesthetics of wabi-sabi, in which we found parallels both to modern design and to the Trippen philosophy: the beauty of the simple and the imperfect, paired with an appreciation for the patina of an enduring object. Our latest collection features many fractured details alongside pieces put together again - proposals for new silhouettes and pointed forms made to be worn over and over again.