Paris-based Israeli designer Hed Mayner wants his clothes to be a kind of sheltering carapaces to suggest the idea of protection, being on the move and traveling.
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Photographed an hour from Paris, in what looks like a, hence the title “Nomadland”, his lookbook was full of ultra desirable looks, at the crossroads between utilitarian cuts and voluminous shapes.
Thus, spacious volumes abound – the back longer than the front – provided with oversized pockets, some invisible hiding in seams – which Mayner qualified as a “paranoia of pockets” (according to the press notes) – and cut in resistant fabrics.
“The clothes become like a home, a form of protection and because you feel protected, in them, you become a new person”, Mayner said.
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