-Kachina a/w 2016/17
We were watching a documentary on survival in extreme cold, and got drawn in by the natives' lifestyle. We got drawn to their guardian dolls, the kachinas. Though, they are call dolls, they are small statue craved out of wood in the past and painted on. What intrigued us was the way the natives used simple shapes and repeating colours to create such vibrant, elaborate pieces. Triangles, squares, rectangles, ovals and stars were primary use on the doll. Some were dark/evil looking, some were motherly looking, some were party-goer looking and etc. But all using the same colours and shapes. We specially love how they create faces and ornaments on the body of the dolls. You can see those shapes and colours repeated throughout the whole AW16/17 season and get soaked in the moment of being a Kachina.