A Chronicle of Grief
In the Victorian era, widows were expected to mourn for two full years.This gives the idea that grief has a beginning and an end, which in my experience is not at all the case. Grief is not a straight line with a starting point and an end point, it is more of a circle, an infinity. In my thesis collection, I explore round shapes and intricate fabric combinations that symbolize the endless rainbow of feelings accompanied by grief.
Meet the Designer
Kfar Saba, Israel
Photographer: Paul Lozano, Yotav Masa
Model: Amit Friedman