Design and fashion often cross paths and when they do, the result can be breath-taking. Known for their conservative fits, neutral tones and high-quality materials, Jil Sander are a household name in the world of high-end fashion. The posthumous brand has collaborated with artist Linda Tegg to manifest a ‘green haven’ worthy of showcasing their latest collection, as seen at Salon del Mobile.
Tegg utilised an array of species such as mosses, succulents, blue pimpernel and much more. With the assistance of garden designer Matteo Foschi, the space transports the onlooker to an ethereal, sustainable realm. Elongated lights hang above, enhancing the tranquillity of this sombre installation.
Sustainability was a key feature, with the many plants used being transported back to their natural environment. It was paramount to Jil Sander and the artists’ involved alike to illustrate that fashion can be, and is, environmentally conscious. What was also imperative is the propensity to showcase stunning spaces using nature and living organisms.
Jil Sander: jilsander.com
Linda Tegg: lindategg.com