Collage, which may be associated with a colorful diversity, in the case of this collection was an inspiration for the form itself silhouettes. The most important here was the works of Sharon Etgar, who in addition to painting and drawing is the author of numerous collages which are also made from fabrics. Referring to his works I used asymmetry and overlapping pieces of fabric.
Specific forms are also associated with the work of Canadian artist Philppe Moulaine, especially with ceramic their part - simple geometric shapes in the original release. Another inspiration for the final appearance of the silhouettes were old uniforms for workers created from jeans. They were transferred to the collection, creating monochromatic, modern silhouette.
The colors are fairly conservative, and many silhouettes monochrome. It can distinguish white, shades of blue and garnet. These colors are associated in turn with works by Polish painter Gregory Pabel who uses those colors in a large part of his paintings. More emphasis was placed on the form and structure - double-breasted fastening, special collars, pockets and belts.
Fabrics that have been used in most: cotton with elastane, two kinds of jeans - smooth and fringed, cupro, thin knit sweaters, including one, as well as real leather.