Adriana Sánchez Ojeda: Memories of Home

A mini collection made out of almost all genderless pieces inspired by the home/mother figure.

Pieces that can be worn not only as a garment, they can be seen as a refuge, they will take us back to the concept of the mother.

With cocoon silhouettes, making references to a pregnant woman’s womb, a Virgin’s Mantle covering and protecting her child.

The fabrics and textures make allusion to elements and objects that we can find at home; from paper, curtains, tablecloths, tapestry, blankets, cushions, lace, aprons, crochet cloths, plants, photographs and quilted elements that provide us with a warm, soft, cozy, cushion like, supportive feeling which represent not only the mother and her warmth but also the bond between a mother and her child.

As for the graphic part, this collection is inspired by the woman’s naked body.

A body seen as a desirable, voluptuous, a fertility goddess who is being looked up to, respected and loved. The woman as a Venus. The concept of the body and the pure nature of a naked woman being conceived as a creator of life, a protective one comes from a recent textile project in which I developed a series of textiles being manipulated in order to represent the woman as a mother taken from the concept of artist Louise Bourgeois among many other artists.

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Art & Styling: Adriana Sánchez Ojeda

photo: Maria Molins

Models: Havi & María

Hair&makeup: Adrián González


Adriana Sánchez Ojeda: Memories of Home

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