The collection is an attempt to define the complexity of woman's nature. It constitutes a subjective study based on contradictions in woman's inner structure, by creating a landscape of coexisting elements of power (primorodiality, mysteriousness, wisdom, inner intuition) and finesse (subtlety, sensitivity, empathy, affection for beauty).

These ideas, translated into the language of fashion, find their expression in contrasting combinations of forms, shapes, fabrics, colours and accessories. Geometric cuts are combined with soft pleats, stiff artificial leather is contrasted with delicate laces, and all of this sparkles with hues of gold and impenetrable black. Precious silk, tulle and lace are set against heavy accessories - plumes and deer's antlers, in order to express the dual character of woman's nature as broadly as possible.

Anyone close to a wildish woman is in fact in the presence of two women;
an outer being and an interior criatura, one who lives in the topside world,
one who lives in the world not so easily seeable.
The outer being lives by the light of day and is easily observed.
She is often pragmatic, acculturated, and very human. The criatura, however,
often travels to the surface from far away, often appearing and then quickly disappearing,
yet always leasing behind a feeling: something surprising, original, and knowing.
Clarissa Pinkola Estes - Women Who Run with the Wolves
 

The animal in me is searching avidly
with its cold nose nudging
love clawing at life
the woman that is me is shaking a speck of dust from her dress
arranging carnations in the living room
Katarzyna Grzesiak