Pepo Moreno is an expert in expressing strong messages through art without being necessarily serious. With a bit of sarcasm and alluding to how our society is especially sensitive to falling into stereotypes, he manages to shed light on what it means to be queer today. Paris-based brand Carne Bollente's philosophy does not stray far from Moreno's, as they promote sexual positivity and inclusion through different projects and collaborations, in which authenticity and ethics are always the basis of creation.
It was only a matter of time till these two found each other, and they finally have in this collection, portrayed through the lens of Louise Desnos, where we find garments of different types, all impregnated with the good vibes of both creators. Jackets full of flowers, jeans with a little naked cowboy or t-shirts that read “Consent? Yes, please,” A serious question written in an already iconic and witty handwritten font, Moreno's insignia. So is this collection; no need to be rigid to be taken seriously.