Emily Adams Bode Aujla, the founder of Bode, has designed her very first clothing line for women which is set to make it’s official debut on Saturday at the Paris menswear show, according to Vouge.
“They’re really trying to get to the root of what their clothes are about,” Adams said. “They can contain histories and stories, and they can be personal rather than about style or a trend.” Another Emily Bode theory: “If you know where something comes from, you care for it more.”
The report outlines that the collection includes everything from a form-fitting and floor-length gown sparkled with emerald green sequins to 70s color palette textured cardigans in olive, brown, and red, along with bolero jackets, a black satin camisole, and a sheer dress with beaded flowers.
“In the ’70s, there was more of this idea that if you couldn’t buy it, you’d make it,” Bode said in the interview with Vogue, “so there are lots of pieces that are like that dress that you make for a competition, or a costume party, or something like that—I want to keep that home element, that domestic and emotional element as part of the collection.”