"Mostly dulled blacks, infused with dark blues with gray inlays and pattern designs. It is all jammed together with fine wool, loose styled stitching, unpicked distressed looks reminiscent of the homogeneous Avant-garde clothing trend of the last ten years. Worn styles which are cast onto draped ensembles. It looks war-torn and weather beaten. Large gun-metal gray buttons with engraved imagery of animals of prey, topped with scorpions and skulls. While at the same time it still holds a dignity, maybe even a honor that the wearer has weathered the storm. So, for me it does exude a tough representation of clothing, designed as a portrayal of going through hell and making it to the other side, for there is only the new dawn. The scars remain.
And it is now, that we may rest and be at peace."