The Masquerade collection plays on the power of disguise to make us question what is real and what is imagined.

Faces masked in mystery lure us to find out more about the woman than what she’s wearing or who she’s with.

Is that penetrating stare from behind the mask one of whimsy or serious desire?

It’s about that magical uncertainty of intention, those hints that are almost unbearably intriguing.

What’s hidden there behind that glittering facade? Who is she? Can she be known or must she remain untouchable?

Her eyes are a window to her soul. They play with us, call us, but we know not if she’ll answer.