The juxtaposition between motion and stillness is the sacred spirit of the collection. The nomadic shaman, a revered figure for the creativity of Pierre-Louis Mascia, finds his strength in introspection and meditation. A needed moment of physical quiescence in order to find inner peace and express energy: inspiration is dwelled in a luxurious past in order to face a dynamic future.
The result of this new creativity is a collection of unique items that blend harmoniously to create a tribe of individuals connected through style.
It’s a wardrobe made of extra special basics and deluxe sportswear: the football jersey and the football scarf as seen by PLM are crafted in silk jersey and a cashmere blend, the velvety tracksuit is lined in pure silk as well as the completely reversible cardigan. It is pure Athleisure but on the luxury side. For the wintery season the collection gets a duvet version, with a short quilted printed jacket and an extra large padded scarf that turns into a cocoon-like protection against heavy cold. The women’s wear capsule has a cosy and more homey feeling with a robe-de-chambre in silk and velvet, soft large pants and pyjama, a new classic in the collection.
The padded printed reversible kimono coat will be a must have for the upcoming season.
The visual references melt in a composed ultra-contemporary moodboard.
Traditional Scottish Tartan, but layered. Byzantine Jewellery. The Flemish Primitives from Jan van Eyck to Hans Memling. Queen Elizabeth I as painted by Sir George Gower. Cashmere flowers. Mixed patchwork of animalier and camouflage prints. Classic men’s wear fabrics combined with printed paillettes and 3D embroideries.
Randomly listening to Jorja Smith, Oum Kalthoum and Tom Tom Club.