ArcheTrip: ancient tribes meet modern day

Morfium‘s collections always take you on a trip to some other time, some other place that’s not quite of this world. Often the fantasy is one of mythology, gods and goddesses, always fantastical and always stirring the imagination. Their fall 2013 collection does that again, but this time it’s ancient tribes that beckon you to another time: Morphium’s prehistoric woman might be of the past but she’s intersecting boldly with the future.

Designer Jelena Malesevic was mirroring the patterns – the fascination with triangles and circles – found in ancient pottery. The pieces are fiercely tribal and yet ultimately glamorous, and the unfailingly creative lens of Dusan Jaukovic captures the mood as well as it always does.

morfium fall 2013

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture
ArcheTrip by Dusan Jaukovic for Morfium Couture

Featuring model Sofi Milo, you can view the full shoot ArcheTrip featuring clothing by Morfium Couture (morfium.net) by clicking on the gallery.

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