Anca Miron – versatile concept

She is fond of conceptual art, but also resonates with the Japanese sensibility, and with the Fluxus artistic movement. She is more than a designer and her creations are unique.

She values functionality and quality, and that’s why her clothes can be worn on both sides or can be worn in more than two ways, in more than one style.

“Art can be the woman herself, and the actions she takes, the choices she makes.”

MIRON STUDIO

I go for the functional and for quality, for buying something knowing that you will use it
more often, but still with pleasure. Moreover, I don’t encourage “brainless” consumerism and
waste of resources, and I admire people who act according to values like common sense, respect for others, and for the environment.

That is why my clothes are versatile, most can be worn on both sides, or can be worn in more than two ways, in more than one style. In my opinion multifunctional clothes belong to a concept that can truly change the way people see clothing and their own creativity. It can give you the freedom to play, even if you do things seriously, to express yourself and to create your outfit differently every time, be it in a park or at a stylish social event.

I produce my collections in Bucharest, Romania. Fashion design is how I best express myself, because it is a form of expression so closely related to others. I first “came out” with
my test-collection in October 2011 at a hip location in Bucharest, with a performance of
“9 things i trust”, the concept of my collection. This was a collaboration with different artists:
photography, visuals, contemporary dance, states in writing, graphics, acting.

Because what I want is to send a message as closely as possible to how I feel and visualize things, I’m fond of conceptual art, I resonate with the Japanese sensibility, and with
the Fluxus artistic movement. I agree with the latter’s belief in human creativity,
and in expanding the limits of the term “art”. At the same time, I don’t believe in limiting it
to a certain kind of people, or specific forms of expression. Art can be and the man himself,
and the actions he takes, the choices he makes.

Photos: Monica Marcov, Video: Inversee

 

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