Discolor is not a collection. It is not about the clothes.
It is an experiment, born from dissatisfaction, the pursuit for authenticity and expression; irreverence, subversion, sustainability.
Above all, it's about the appreciation of creativity. As a designer, I believe the creators should be completely passionate about what we create. As a consumer, I demand that my investments are not programmed for obsolescence, timed for disposal.
Instead I thrive for timeless, iconic pieces, that I want to call art, that defy seasonal uniformization. They're part of the aesthetic I would like to see more, and therefore, have created.