Special thanks to: Studio Spektroom! @studio.spektroom
Like every previous collection, this one also deals with the re-examination of rules and standards. We have a “default” of who should look like and what that means and represents in society.
This is a collection that has emerged from a million questions, not answers, as has usually been the case so far.
– This is not a bridal collection, but it is.
– This is not a story about gender equality, but it is.
– This is not a story about traditional values, but it is.
And I’m still wondering, why is a man the “head” of the house?
Why do men have higher salaries for the same jobs?
Why does a man always choose and it is up to the woman to accept?
Why isn’t ok for a man to wear a corset?
Why do we have rules for what a real man and a real woman look like?
Why is up to the father to decide, when the mother’s decisions are more correct?
Why do we consider a woman strong only if she visually associates with a “man”?
Why does a real man have to have short hair, sportswear or a classic suit?
Why do we have to fit to the majority, even though we only have one life?
And the final question is: Will equality ever become a traditional value?
That is why this is a not another love story, and a bridal collection which is not.
Materials used for the collection are: cotton, satin, lace, woolen fabrics.
The collection is available on the website www.markofeher.com or on request via social media. Each piece is made to measure and does not exist in stock.
HE SAID: YES!