BESTIAIRE Mflon Trophy M PIECE UNIQUE KAYO NAKAMURA by Y's × Anne-Valerie Dupond
KAYO NAKAMURA by Y's × Anne-Valerie Dupond capsule collection. Anne-Valerie Dupond's sculpture series, named the medieval animal magazine "Bestiaire", which collects the parables and ethics of real and fictional animals. Anne lives in Besancon, France. Her child's room is adorned with lovely trophies by her. A trophy with fancy colors that can be placed in a child's room. The motif is the wild sheep Mufflon, with a flower in its mouth and a fine pattern throughout. Y's archive fabric, Paisley silk, is used for the corners, and bright, heart-warming old cloth with red floral print on the yellow base is used as the face. It is a piece that combines the light blue vintage fabric made in Anne's grandmother's house with the vivid color composition that stands out in the collection. A trophy sculpture that is the signature of Anne-Valery DuPont. Inspired by the key theme "Flowers" of the capsule collection, the trophy motif created this time, with the horns on the trunk of a flower, is an animal with horns. As a mark of SS20 collaboration, all the trophies were engraved with "flowers". Handmade by Anne-Valery DuPont, Pies Unic (single item).
Made in France