Diamant de Nuit
For this first season, the collection is a mirror of everyday life between heartbreak, rebirth, lockdown, lack of seduction, the desire for freedom. All this in an explosion of madness. It plunges us into the heart of Harlem under tension, the 1930s and the sparks of prohibition. Dandies and glamorous women invite us into their world of decadence. All the silhouettes, both light and aggressive, are a reinterpretation of the lustful allure of the Roaring Twenties and that eager thirst to stifle oppressive mores.

A chiaroscuro in black and white for protest and against confinement. These are mixed with the color beige, an emblematic color of the 1930s in male costumes, here reinterpreted as a protest against lockdown.

Skimpy volumes that prevent breathing and movement, tattered fabrics that lead to emancipation, visual distortions, works of Nikkria, like armor to all aversions, the codes of dandyism are pushed to their climax like a symbol of a freed elegance.