07 March 2017

“Manuel” by Rabih Kayrouz

The famous gesture of the artisan, the one who gives soul to an object, is the basis of this collection by Rabih Kayrouz entitled “Manuel”. “For once, jewelry has inspired clothing,” says the Lebanese designer who wanted to reconnect with natural and organic forms. Ripples and superimposed layers appear as if produced in a slow yet spontaneous gesture, and are found on both the gilt, silver or wooden bracelets and also in the lines of the totemic garments.

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