Today, talking about the woman, about her contemporaneity, is a very difficult mission to define.
From the classical world we get examples of women who are the stereotype escaping from the exaggerated male chauvinism on the culture of power, or those extraordinary figures such as martyrs, religious mothers, saints, queens, courtesans or modest ladies who have given vigor and character to the female figure both in the Middle Ages and in the modern age. And these examples of women brings to the contemporaneity with their own particular truth.
That one epic for all female is characterized by conflict and a relationship with the reality where they see themselves as protagonists who are aware of daily commitment for defending their freedom, in which all mankind and the nature itself need them to proclaim their life.
Lady Sciamat captures this modernity and makes it an instrument in the hands of the woman who, as happened in the Renaissance, wants to redesign her own style, from a woman “container” of images in a hidden sense, a poetic tool to contain the metaphor of the woman-angel, to woman “Warrior” who has a clear idea of what she wants and, more importantly, goes to get it.
The transformation that Lady Sciamat borrows and adapts to the styles from the Renaissance, is the tight fitting to enhance the figure, favor curled and “funny” sleeves to interpret the dream of an exotic and seductive woman.
In a world where women seem to act more and more like a man, Lady Sciamat rediscovers her true nature and looks incredibly magnetic, playing and mixing exquisitely the masculine and English tradition fabrics with vain feminine details in which to be discovered.