The “lover” or “mondola” story invites us as viewers and wearers to recall the lost parts
within ourselves and become a whole once again. To re-connect with the god and godess
and invite them to take their rightful throne of harmony within.
It is here at this point that we take the first step towards healing, to do the inner work of
looking inward. This is a story about uncovering the parts of ourselves that are
veiled, the parts that have been suppressed and morphed.
The collection endeavors to question the cultural projections of
masculine and feminine roles surrounding us. It aims to liberate the wearer from these limitations
allowing union between the light and the dark, form and spirit, sun and
Mandola: The shape of the almond/oval represents the piecing together of two sides to
allow for existence in the centre of the almond shape where balance resides… in the heart.
The linking together of the masculine (right) and feminine (left) sides to create a structure
This project is a union of body and mind to deliver something from our souls. Textile Haus
in collaboration with Nin Studio bring you a piece of art that will whisper to its
surroundings - the marriage of opposites await within.