The 28-piece PAMPA collection inspired by equestrianism merges the designs of my two disciplines. During the design process, I focused on the contrasts associated with equestrianism, such as romanticism vs masculinity, organic vs minimalist, elegant vs sporty, freedom vs strictness. I also found inspirational elements in the classic equestrian costumes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as in the distinctive shapes of leather and metal accessories used in the sport. My aim was to create multifunctional garments and knitwear made from sustainable materials that could be worn together and separately. While the PAMPA dress and shirt dress, which require more complex tailoring, are strongly related to historical riding habits and romance, the zero-waste knitwear emphasizes the austere and minimalist nature of equestrian sports.
PHOTOS: ALBERT ALIANNA
MAKEUP: BÁLINT BEKA
HAIR: GÉM KITTI
MODELS: KAMILLA, LILI | VM MODEL