This collection is about my brothers, and my wish of being a man“. Camille Kunz, born in 1989, just graduated from HEAD in Geneva, presented her collection at the 2013 Hyères Festival. The idea of Camille’s col- lection was to vanish into her brothers’ world. After having analyzed their wardrobe, she wanted to disturb their identity with three different interventions. These three stages were: the print, the pattern cutting that erases as much as possible the lines of the initial clothes of her brothers and the silicon dipping experiments that rub out part of the outfits.

These different techniques are related with the concept of «erase-emphasize», «hide-show» and associated with the idea of mutation and camouflage. Parallel to this intriguing silicon technique, she wan- ted to use another detail of daily life: the floors of the family house which are used for the digital and silkscreen prints of the collection. The collection is a story full of complicity and admiration.