The materials selected for this collection are inspired by the East too. There's wood, an elemental force in eastern healing and in ikebana. Bronze and brass, non-ferrous metals, that attain a patina over time, reflecting wabi-sabi, the Japanese concept that acknowledges materials change with time and celebrates imperfection.
The FW17 fashion collection #Pichulik by designer Nadya von Stein includes kimonos, dresses, trousers and Pichulik's take on a power suit.
The silhouettes for the jewellery and clothing are oriental, asymmetric, simple shapes inspired by the principles of ikebana - striving for balance without force, beauty through simplicity and reducing materials to their bare essence or jing.
Pichulik's fall-winter fashion and jewellery will be available online and in store from May 1.