“Colour is the skin of the world. One who knows how to appreciate colour relationships, the influence of one colour on another, their contrasts and dissonances, is promised an infinitely diverse imagery.” Sonia Delaunay’s quotes are making a strong statement for letting colour thrive in one’s surrounding aesthetics. In some part, Delaunay unravels the problematic relationship between fashion and art by treating both as a commercial and creative enterprise without sacrificing the one thing that unites both clothing and canvas – their capability to visually encourage the viewer.
All those abilities are united under one name and its called Eurythmia. Defined as a harmonic combination of proportions, lines, colours and sounds, it is music displayed by the body. A new art of movement created in 1912 by Rudolf Steiner, making reference to poetry and music through rhythm. Euritmia is a collection by Anhet based on the poem – Un raso en la autopista – by Luís Antonio de Villena, linked to the works of the artist Jennifer Hansen. Together they create a world which will be represented by geometric photographs with the city of Edinburgh as inspiration. Using the chromatic range given by Jennifer Hansen the collection takes shape through the rhythm discovered and lives in its own movement, displayed by a body used as an instrument. Music appears through the movement and colour of the material, in the course of the collection one can feel rhythm, each piece is special and has its specific place. The rhythms are accompanied by the shapes and the movements, that each fabric has in their essence, which come together to signify different musical notes. The collection tries to stimulate fluid movement, freeing it from rigidity and creating a balance between global movement and harmony.
ANHET is a Spain-based brand that explores the contradictions and inherent qualities of each woman. Taking as a representation the importance of time, freedom and exploration in past and future history, looking at the fashion industry to find an intermediate point that does not touch extremes. With a strong taste for natural fabrics, while valuing the most avant-garde, it is characterized by the use of opposing poles, feelings that are expressed through contradictory forms and movements. Passionate for the perfection of nature and good work, it shows a relationship between concept, design and materials.
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