Tata Christiane is a vision of the street costume. It proposes an absurd and disturbing vision of beauty, with decline, maladjustment, extravagance, and immoderation. It plays with the borders of elegance, digging up our old memories, recycling the waste of our civilisation. It is monomania, a machination and a monstrous and sublime piece.
Using hand-made and boutique regional production, the design, cuts, materials and fabrics follow from the adaptation of poetic collage pieces into a contemporary street garment —what we call deconstructed couture.