Tsolo Munkh creation for fall 2013, beads, leather and snakeskin
Tsolmandakh Munkhuu, her full name, embroider, pinch and cut the leather with an obsessive way.
Back after two tough years, she was supported by Cyrille Chardon (RIP) from the begining, Tsolo Munkh don’t forget where she comes from and work upon her Mongolian influence and nomadism.
Smocked tank, every smocks is made one by one by hand, then maintain with a string of leather knotted at the ends.
The chest concentrates the handcrafting as if it was an armour and the double belt work, highlighting the waist, add feminity to the shape.
The outfits may seems heavy, but i can assure you that they are not. The fluidity of the leather is the first thing you notice.
This collection was quickly made, it’s a spontaneous collection and this is its strength. Prize winner of Festival de la Mode d’Hyères in 2010, the silhouettes earned lightness, showing that Tsolo is evolving, slowly, towards a more urban and accessible silhouette.
Necklaces, plastron, using beads, leather and snakeskin, accessories are always important for Tsolo Munkh
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