Behold: the On The Edge Jacket, designed by Marie Elsa Batteux Flahault.
Should Armageddon dawn, the jacket features a full face mask, flotation devices at the neck and base, water and food hoarding pockets in the lining, bright orange pocket flaps for attracting attention, bandages at the rear and gold foil in the hem to protect the lags from cold.
A small mens collection which makes use of series of hand movement especially hug to express how the (dis) connection between people to people and the loneliness by my experience. Some keywords have become the main points of my collection. “Hugs”, “Communication”, “Interesting”, “Fun”, “flourishing”, “a bit implication of sex”, “comfort”, “to be protected”, “to be surrounded”, ‘to cherish” “warmth”, “memory”, “happiness”, “childhood”, “lifetime”, ”Let go”, etc.
Oh yeah, sure, scoff all you like.
Deep down, you know you’re already wearing the pink one.
(Pix: Sara Pista)
(Thanks Tomás Ó Cadhain)
God damn, that’s one manly jacket.