Cursing, voodoo and superstition were the main themes for Hussein Chalayan’s Spring Summer 2002 Medea collection, with the main source of inspiration coming from a book called The Dictionary of Superstition. Chalayan balances high-concept experimentation with urban practicality in this show characterised by deconstructed panels, zippered layers and off-kilter silhouettes.
Constructed out of a beautiful dark green nylon silk blend, which offers a strong but flowy fabric. Using RiRi zipper hardware throughtout housing extra fabric, the skirt can be adjusted to be worn a multitude of ways. Also featuring a panelled construction and finally pairs of D-rings placed
across the skirt.
Size 42, low waisted but can be worn high on other waist sizes.