It was the Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Snowpiercer is a story about classism, where the extremely poor start a revolution against the rich. The movie uses different colours and textures to separate the classes. Within the Fall/Winter 2016 collection, we explored ways to mix ‘high’ and ‘low’ fashion, symbolizing our revolution on classism with our use of fabrication, colour, and silhouettes.
For example, we use silk wool and velvet, which have often been used for royal clothing during history. Instead of fashioning couture garments, we used them to make everyday bomber jackets and casual mini shorts. To push the rebel on classism, we make streetwear with luxury trims and treatments, such as one-of-a-kind metal vintage buttons with a hummingbird motif and fully hand-beaded graphics. It is a collection breaking norms of traditional classist symbols.