Neith Nyer unveiled its collection "Artisanal".
Paris , june 2020 : "This may feel like goodbye - I promise it is not. I can no longer cope with an industry built on abuse and consumerism, thriving on environmental destruction and perpetuating racial and gender-based injustice. Fashion has lost its political voice.
In our new creative generation we can work against this flow; weave a different way. I want to give value back to expression, I want to be able to look back and be proud of the career I have built, to be proud of who I am, and how I influenced people. The only way to do this is to take a step back and respect the cadence of creativity. No more seasons, no more pressure."
I want to recycle, up-cycle, play with femme and butch and look outside classical representations of gender. I want to dress people, address youth, and leave something meaningful for those after us. I want to sublimate the artisanal and find in my local community the know-how to build my collections.I want to collaborate, in the true sense of the word. We'll meet once a year, maybe twice, to celebrate the joy of creating - sometimes with a show, sometimes not. So no, this is not a farewell, it's hello for Neith Nyer Artisanal. With love*"
Francisco Terra Neith Nyer’s creative director.
This collection will come alongside Neith Nyer's first e-commerce platform, unpretentiously, and all the proceeds will be donated to Casa Chama, a Brazilian association dedicated to supporting the black trans community, particularly during these uncertain times for minorities.
Neith Nyer invited to collaborate: Palomo Spain, Tetier Bijoux, D’Heygere, Denem, Levi’s, Guerrisol, Lewis du Surget, Charles de Vilmorin, Alphonse Maitrepierre, Skua, Studio Aurum, Hardeman, Nicolas Courgeon Noel, Peter Jitenski, Oceane Philippe and Antoinette Fernandes.