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It was the isolation of lockdown that focused designer Santa Kupca’s desire to create a series of pieces that reflected her removal from life as she knew it. A product of the pandemic, the series, became a decision to celebrate the necessity of needing to stay home. Entitled Stuck-at-Home Masquerade, Kupca was inspired to work to her own brief that took into account the dichotomy of a need to stay entirely comfortable and cozy, while achieving a directional look that screams ‘king or queen of the castle’. Puffy yet elegant, voluminous but elegantly silhouetted, the dresses and accessories that she created are a triumph of creative design

Consisting of three chapters, Hesitant to RSVP, Doce far Niente, and Public Library, each part of the collection blends with a certain part of Kupca’s house. Speaking on the project, Kupca says, “They romanticise the intimate state of what home symbolises for me in a shaped of soft duvet that can quickly be worn on top of the underwear or just on a naked body.” See her work on her website

santa kupca stuck at home masquerade
santa kupca stuck at home masquerade
santa kupca stuck at home masquerade
santa kupca stuck at home masquerade

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