Nanushka introduces its newest collection for the Fall/Winter 2021 season entitled Forced Perspectives and it dives into an eclectic theme. This season, the brand explores surrealist archetypes that stem from optical illusion, with the fusion of fantasy and reality at the forefront.
This considers the concepts of naivety and creative optimism throughout the capsule, Sandra Sandor, the brand's creative director draws inspiration from Dali's installation in Girona, Spain's Theatre-Museum. Sandor states, “I started thinking about how a person’s features affect our opinions of them, and how wearing masks has made life feel quite anonymous. It led me to consider what we reveal and what we conceal in a new way. Although imaginative, Forced Perspectives does not violate the assumption that clothes are objects designed primarily to be worn – and worn in real life. Form and function is always at the core of Nanushka.”
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