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CUTTING CORNERS

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Trading in a low neckline for some cut-outs. Revealing the skin piece by piece to draw attention to areas usually covered. A look on the shoulder, a glimpse on the legs. The body unveiling itself like an enigma, clue after clue.
In contrast, inserts added up asymmetrically to the clothes. They overlap at the collar, sleeves and at the hems. Knitted one by one by hand, they look like jewels whose value lies in its gentleness. Fibers made of merino, alpaca and angora. Their intricate stitches and raw finishes tributes the work of the craftsman.
The garment exposes the beauty of the one who wears it, as well as the know-how of those who fashioned it.

 

Marie Saint Pierre collection