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Here is a rather interesting presentation by Deborah and Priscilla Royer for Piece d’Anarchive’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection. The main influence was the artist Jean Pierre Raynaud, a conceptualist who spend 25 years building a house, that he eventually found too perfect, so he demolished it.

The garments, remind us of Raynaud’s house: with black and white as the only colors, matte leathers paired with glossy fabrics, while the patterns featured cubical themes and gingham. The designer duo showcased a mix of street wear and French class – completing the looks with extremely high flatforms.

Text: Danae terzakou

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