A project made by Amanda Linde, Julia Jayko Fossland and Christine Lindgreen, Winter 2016.

Kintsukuroi, the Japanese art of repairing pottery with gold, uses visual means to explain a complex human experience. The idea is, that the break or fragmentation of an object, does not lower its value, but rather enhances its beauty and complexity. For us, this symbolizes how a human being becomes more beautiful from their experiences and faults. This collection is our way to express this story, and try to figure out, how to make something more beautiful through fragmentation, than it was as a whole.

Model: Katrine Grarup Elbo