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Founded by designer Anabella Bergero, Maison Nomade was born where diverse realities merge into one. In between oscillation of extremes, the designer becomes the pendulum, creating neutrality and unity. The garment becomes her sincere invitation to inhabit Maison Nomade’s almost alien-like universe where yet home is everywhere.
In photographer Víctor Bensusi’s image, a circle is the reflection of eternity. It has no beginning and it has no end. With a similar way of seeing – “nature is not a place to visit, it is home” – Víctor communicates his poetic view of the world through photographs, as hequotes Louisa May Alcott: “Far away in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.”
In #TRASCENDO Collection, the garment is shaped to capture the essence of the human form. The freedom of movements defines the collection in which a homogeneous silhouette reveals the identity of the individual.
About Maison Nomade
Maison Nomade was born to develop concepts were diverse realities merge to give origin to the garment. The oscillation between extremes, and the designer becoming the pendulum between them, creates neutrality and unity. And so the garment is born as a sincere expression that invites the user to inhabit it.
Anabella Bergero, designer of Maison Nomade, winner of the 6th edition of the Fashion Edition Buenos Aires, selected to present a collection in the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Mexico were she presented #Punto de Fuga a Spring/Summer 16 collection. Participant of #PasarelaBA an Argentinean competition that encourages brands and gives them a space to present a collection in the Buenos Aires Fashion Week were in march she presented #Trascendo.
About Víctor Bensusi
Photographer Víctor Bensusi was born in Cádiz, the tip of southern Spain surrounded by sea and light. "I started taking pictures at age of 13. At first I shot with borrowed cameras and an Olympus Pen EE-3 who I stole from my father. A school teacher let me use the photo lab and looking at pictures appearing on paper I knew that this would be a livelong commitment. Shortly after I started to surfing and since then I either have a board or my photo equipment under my arm going to the beach”.