The term ‘Amorphous’ suggests an alternative, a prophecy for a future that is already present

Just as an individual cyclically undergoes necessary changes, neither does a form assume staticity, but freedom of mutation and expression. The insertion of padding is intended to give the body an articulated look, while the careful execution of the garments becomes the mainstay of the collection, all adorned with colourblock embroidery (stain effect) that diversifies monochrome garments with clean lines. Bodily deformations can become evidence of the amorphous taking shape, a concrete work of change in time and space, eminently changing those outdated canons of beauty, no longer conforming to the realities of the future. That which is different is not frightening but appropriates the concept of beauty precisely because of its diversity, as amorphous.