Wide, long blouse made of bamboo with a wavy back that can also be worn as a summer coat. Unconventional and with a melancholic beauty.
Self-care - a good way of dealing with oneself, which Socrates and Plato already demanded - is one of the favorite topics of the French philosopher Michel Foucault.
The long, loose women's blouse made of light bamboo is dedicated to him, and in a certain sense it can also be read as an expression of self-care: The wearer's own should make it visible, in resonance with herself she should feel in it. The wide cut leaves room for movement and thought, the undulating fall of the longer back evokes associations of water and liveliness: everything flows. Two pockets on the side offer space for small items; horn buttons give the creation a natural look. A handmade stubbornness, which due to its length can definitely be worn as a summer coat.
eigensinnig wien: special avant-garde fashion for men and women.
Under our avant-garde fashion label 'eigensinnig wien' we produce unique fashion pieces for stubborn characters. Collections that we let become form in an experimental process and that we enrich with thoughts from philosophy, art and literature or are inspired by philosophy, art and literature. That's why the pants and jackets, blouses and dresses also bear the names of philosophers, literary figures and sociologists. We work with materials from nature, which we like to combine in asymmetrical, avant-garde cuts. Our aesthetic is inspired by the Japanese Wabi-Sabi concept: "Limit everything to the essentials, but don't remove the poetry."