In continuation of the collection which was presented during Plaza Indonesia Men’s Fashion Week, Wilsen Willim now unveils the latter part of that story by highlighting fabrics, cuts, silhouettes, and details that are more delicate and graceful.
Alongside the brand’s mainstay signatures, lace and gentle flowing fabrics this time will take the center-stage, with the reappearance macramé made by yarns created from left-over fabrics, tying the stories together.
Anatomy, the act of dissecting a subject to understand it deeper, appears as a driving force behind this collection. The collection explores the relationship between timeless silhouettes that have survived through times and new innovations in textiles and hand-made details making processes. The conventional perception of daytime and evening silhouettes are juxtaposed with new offerings. The flowing texture of biodegradable textile challenged the notion of casualwear and formalwear. Through this presentation, we are also grateful to have learned many from our partners, which are industry leaders in their initiatives on sustainability.
In regards to the sustainable fashion apparel, Wilsen Willim tapped Lenzing Group to strengthen the greener fashion trend. The Anatomy pieces were made using the LENZING ECOVEROTM fibers, which are produced using the pulp, which is derived from the renewable resource wood as raw material. The wood and pulp derived from responsibly managed forests and certified to come from sustainable sources. The manufacturing of LENZINGTM ECOVEROTM fibers also generates up to 50% lower emissions and water impact compared to generic Viscose.
Taking place at the Hutan KridaLoka, Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan, for his Women SS20 presentation, the young designer also taps The Body Shop as the brand known to be the world’s most ethical and sustainable global business, and also Utama Spices, the natural skincare company based in Ubud, Bali.