Terra Cotta’s New Collection Was Inspired by The classical Art Of Japanese Flower Arrangement

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Terra Cotta drew her inspiration from the 1920’s with their new collection titled ‘Fleur’, an ode to the simple elegant  and asymmetry of Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement.

Fleur not only tells a story but explores the art of drapery, construction and deconstruction while striving to complement the feminine form.

Fleur was created for the sensual woman who loves to explore her feminine side.

A poem released by the Terra Cotta brand goes: ‘Don’t Be Mistaken By The First Impression, Don’t be Fooled By That Innocent Expression. She’s Not What She Seems; Don’t Wait For The Dreams; The Woman Is Wild – SO WILD! She Fizzles Then Takes Flight. An Understated Charisma, Allure, Romance, Charm Associated With A Woman On A Mission To Finding Her Light In Her Position.’

March 14, 2019

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