Maison the Faux Spring 2016 RTW ingeniously showed clever catwalk presentation through “ANNA.”
Netherland based brand, MAISON the FAUX has successfully launched its fourth collection on Paris Fashion Week with the title “ANNA” as the search for the ultimate trend. “The Fictional House” as its philosophy has greatly expressed and reflected from each collection as well as what ANNA have done on the show.
ANNA as the character of this collection was based itself from six patterns leading the uniformity. MAISON the FAUX has targeted to find the individual in a mass, which concentrate on the small differences people use as self-expression. With ANNA, both the mass and individuality has aspired and resulted alterations in the patterns of all time ultimate design (couture or handmade) and material (recyclable denim, fur and leather).
Joris Suk and Tessa de Boer together as MAISON the FAUX’s art directors and their creative partner called “les Résidents” created concession free design that mandatory for contemporary product.
Famous as “humanwear” fashion house, MAISON the FAUX ingeniously showed it clever catwalk representation surrounded by paper printed models in a cardboard self-titled wrapping, ANNA model were looping and repeating looks, marking “her” name in fashion landscape. Definitely to be waited on the upcoming season. (Text Melodya Lukita)