This collection speaks to the aesthetic of House of Thairu. It was created in Kenya where the print design was a focus point. It was influenced by the Destijl, neoplasticism, Art Movement.
Androgyny is all about equality and expressing art. The collection was inspired by proponents of De Stijl; influenced by Cubist painting as well as by the mysticism which advocated pure abstraction and universality by a reduction to the essentials of form and colour. The De Stijl movement posited the fundamental principle of the geometry.
Look 1: Mustard coat with open back
This is an edgy mustard look. It is made of cotton fabric. with an off the shoulder mustard coat with an open back. This coat is a fluid piece.
Look 2: Pleated asymmetrical sleeveless shift top
This is a Pleated asymmetrical sleeveless shift top that can be worn both by pants and as a dress. It is a fluid piece which was hand printed and made of cotton fabric.
Look 3: Red off the shoulder trench coat
This is a red gender fluid jacket which can be worn as a jacket by men and as a dress or coverup by women. It is a fluid piece made of cotton fabric.
Look 4: Tee and Pants
This is a fluid De Stijl inspired outfit panelled top paired with mustard coloured pants.
Look 5: De Stijl block print tee with open back paired with pants.
This is a De Stijl block print tee with open back paired with pants. It is made of cotton stretch fabric.
Look 6: Wrap jacket dress
This is a look from the collection. Wrap jacket dress that is effortless and chic.
Look 7: Blue off the shoulder trench coat
This is a midnight blue gender fluid jacket which can be worn as a jacket by men and as a dress or coverup by women. It is a fluid piece made of cotton fabric.
Look 8: Raincoat paired with rain shorts
This is a fun piece where you’d like to show to show the outfit you are rocking with a clear raincoat paired with a De Stijl crop top and shorts.