Burning Parade was conceived in 2014 in response to the Rana Plaza accident, that caused more than 1,000 deaths in Bangladesh and warns of the danger of consuming clothing at the beginning of the 21st century.

Invited by the artist Thomas Hirschorn, the collection was presented at the Palais de Tokyo, in his work "Flamme éternelle ». The designer created the collection insitu, with the help of visitors to the museum, creating engaged conversations.

The matches are the soldiers of a fight against over-consumption and waste, as suggested by an undisguised emphasis on the long skirt with thousand matches set in the fishnet.

The toile de Jouy serves ready-to-wear, relax and accuse, to deconstruct the images of yesteryear with a pattern that now belongs to the popular unconscious.

This project was supported by the Palais de Tokyo