The Katmandu Art Capsule

Fluorescent and neon colors revive and brighten the classical Himalayan masks from Katmandu.

This avant-garde art capsule originates from the artistic reinterpretation of Italian fashion designer Ferdinando Fusco of the traditional Nepalese and Tibetan art. 

The masks always represent deities or demons.  They are often used in processions and in rituals rather than theatrical performances. The Shamans of Himalayan tribes used the masks to worship the spirits of nature and guardians of the mountains. 

This Katmandu Art Capsule seeks to bring back to life those traditions in the form of fashion, by celebrating the inner spirit of every person that wears this print.

Katmandu Off The Shoulder Dress

Katmandu Off The Shoulder Dress

Regular price €235,00
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Katmandu Caftan
Katmandu Caftan

Katmandu Caftan

Regular price €170,00
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Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll
Katmandu Babydoll

Katmandu Babydoll

Regular price €250,00
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THE KATMANDU ART CAPSULE

Collectible & Wearable Art
As part of slow fashion, we only produce 1-2 dresses l in each size. This is a limited edition art capsule.

Featuring an all-over Katmandu print & cut in a babydoll style, this dress is the perfect match to a playful and vibrant lifestyle. 

  • 100% Italian cotton.
  • V-neck with a white fastener. 
  • Three-quarter length flared sleeves. 
  • Knee-length skirt.
  • Fucsia and neon green hemline varies in each dress. 

 

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Fluorescent and neon colors revive and brighten the classical Himalayan masks from Katmandu.

This avant-garde art capsule originates from the artistic reinterpretation of Italian fashion designer Ferdinando Fusco of the traditional Nepalese and Tibetan art. 

The masks always represent deities or demons.  They are often used in processions and in rituals rather than theatrical performances. The Shamans of Himalayan tribes used the masks to worship the spirits of nature and guardians of the mountains. 

This Katmandu Art Capsule seeks to bring back to life those traditions in the form of fashion, by celebrating the inner spirit of every person that wears this print.