on the wall
When we were kids, it was the safest of all places:
secret tosuch an extent that we would often wonder whether mom
would ever actually find us. As adults, it turns into the place
where to give in to our weaknesses and ostentations,
into the temple of looks where we carefully build the characters
that we want to be in our daily life, as if we were actors
getting ready for the stage.
Like none other, the wardrobe is the most exclusive
and personal space in a home. It is, as a matter of fact, inaccessible
to almost all apart from its owner: no wonder it has often
been used as the ideal spot in which to end in a surreal way
a possible extramarital relationship!
So while its outside is rightfully a story-teller
(it informs us about materials and finishes and design choices),
its inside is empty, neutral and functional and will come to life thanks
to the colours and shapes suggested by the fashion items that
it hosts. This may well be the reason why Pamar has decided
to work on a detail that usually goes unseen within
the composition of this jewel box of interiors: the austere width
on which hangers are set which traditionally is a mere line.
Hence for the first time, the resting place for hangers is made
of natural materials such as leather and wood, also combined in various options with steel. Just like the clothes and the accessories that we wear.
Finally, even an empty wardrobe will have its own personality:
and not that one of the unveiled lover!
everyone else is already taken.
Beauty begins the moment
you decide to be yourself.
I want to be different.
If everyone is wearing black,
I want to be wearing red
Be daring, be different, be impractical,
be anything that will assert integrity
of purpose and imaginative vision
against the play-it-safers, the creatures
of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.
I think one of the reasons I'm popular again
is because I'm wearing a tie.
You have to be different.
Whenever you find yourself on the side
of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
He who is authentic assumes
the responsibility to be what he is,
and recognizes himself free
to be what he is.
Jean Paul Sartre