Rebecca Torres designs stretchy geometric clothes that stick to girls like they’ve been painted there. Illustrator Saskia Pomeroy works confidently with bold print, all ancient motifs and iterative textures. Together they’ve created a collection of shiny, colourful, glamour-heavy garments that make three powerful ladies: 1. Rebecca; 2. Saskia; 3. Un-supsecting woman whose day will be transformed while wearing the clothes, watching as people put down fragile things for fear of crushing them in spite.
Photography by Joel & Mattias.
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