L’éveil: Style meets surrealism

Crystallised fishnet headband by Gladys Tamez Millinery

The 20th century has revealed artists such as Salvador Dalí, René Magritte and Pietro Fornasetti through the avant-garde movement known as surrealism. Visualising the world through striking and bizarre thought-provoking images, surrealism portrays stories and meanings from the real world.

Fast forward to 2020, a real and online world becoming increasingly surreal every day; L’Éveil steps into an eclectic vision of the social movements of our era, driven by a digital world full of judgements and critics. A world requiring us to fit in the box it wants us to shape into. A world we want to escape, but a reality we can’t hide from.

Yet hiding behind a mask, maybe losing ourselves in the process of becoming this new version of ourselves? What matters, in the end, is what we decide to put a value on. It’s when we’ll look back at it that we’ll understand what our true precious things are: The awakening in a mad world left to your interpretation.

Text / Lucie Petit & Alexander Yeung

Customised sunglasses: stylist’s own

White and pink embellished organza jacket, blouse and skirt with ruffles by Shununnun
Espadrille sandals with PVC strap by Simone Rocha

White organza jacket with quilted patches and ruffles by Shununnun
Winking bowl by Fornasetti

White and blue printed blouse, skirt and espadrille sandals with PVC strap by Simone Rocha

Photography / Alexander Yeung and Kris Yeung
Styling / C Jo Lee
Make-up / Manie Chan
Hair / Kazif Cheung
Assistant / Dannison Wong
Model / Lucie Petit from Elegance Hong Kong

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