David Bowie said it:
“We can be heroes. Just for one day. We can be heroes.”
The collection exudes quiet, unpretentious personality and the minimalist, graphic rings calls to be stacked with similar styles or combined with the heirloom ring closest to your heart.
True to style, it strikes the perfect balance between edgy and beautiful, classy and minimalistic to the bone.
With her new spring collection entitled Heroes, Maria Black wished to celebrate and cherish the heritage she shares with the 99% of us and all the middle class heroes she was surrounded by back then and stil have in her life today. Growing up in an urban environment with concrete playgrounds and high rise buildings, the most glamorous thing she could think of was her grandmother's 1950s dresses and her jewellery box.
"I understood that we did not have as much as some, but still more than others. It is the look and feel of that childhood I have tried to capture in the Heroes collection".
Maria Black says.
Her personal heroes does not live by the rules and they are not afraid of standing out in mass groups.
"My heroes today are friends and family who rest in being themselves and have the confidence to follow their gut. They don't wear capes, but they inspire me and thought them I have hopes for a bright future".
Maria Black's tough-yet-feminine collection caters to both sexes. True to style, it strikes the perfect balance between edgy and beautiful, classy and minimalistic to the bone. The dainty, goes-with-everything pieces embodies an effortless approach to dressing up with a playful and conspicuous sensibility, and Heroes stands on the shoulder of the designers previous unisex collections and her distinct idea of gender fluidity.