A collection dedicated to the legacy of the renown Estonian artist Adamson-Eric. It is a part of the 100th jubilee programme of the Art Museum of Estonia.
Going through the thousands of works in the archives it was the artist's series of painted ceramics and nonfigurative paintings from 1960s that inspired Lilli the most. She brought these works alive as digital print on silk satin, cotton and light crepe by manipulating and reshaping the original works of art. The hand-drawn sketches of stylised motifs of faces and birds were turned into ribbon embellishment graphically depicting the artist's unique vision.
Floral paintings and ink drawings printed on wool crepe form a central role of the second part of the collection also acting as a palette for the monochrome dress looks.
Items with the unique Adamason-Eric inspired print are limited edition pieces.
Lilli Jahilo isn’t about clothing but what you can accomplish when you wear them
The designer says: ”What you wear is the closest layer to you and it has an impact on how you feel. If you feel good as a person, you will act better, you will make greater things and the whole world can win from that. All of our products are made with attention to detail and the perfection of fit which have become the hallmarks of my design together with modern and feminine style.”