Back in 2013, the edge sisters, dice kayek’s souls, were awarded with the prestigious jameel prize at the V&A Museum. For the first time, contemporary art and design inspired by the islamic traditions was recognised within the fashion field.
After decades of creative enthusiasm, the work of this turkish corporate duet honourably entered the temple of international design preservation and dissemination. Martin roth’s values praised in his speech back then were present in the designers 2015 f/w collection. Structured dresses and architectural pieces that challenge body contact and portray the strength and volume of the ottoman clothing, mixed with the reminiscences of basic constructive figures illustrated by a refined avant-garde filter that swings towards tetrahedron shapes. A dominant sculptural soul that does not exclude new skills or the power of innovation, as it happens when it comes to reinventing new versions of the traditional tuxedo or with their successful exploration of optical animation through flashes, triangulations and colour waves.