I don't know why, maybe it's the fire of the set, but what caught my mind at the very first beginning, was the idea of a modern Joan of Arc.
A completely new reinterpretation.
The reasons, that someone might consider insane also because Joan has always been portrayed with an iron armor, are various: the use of the knitted masks, that in a way communicate a sense of protection, immediately reminds me of the armor; and the use of hard raw materials, such as full cropped jackets in grey felt, black ox and white mink, and leather, expresses pretty much the same
A strong woman, who fights for her religion, rights and ideals.
Credits: Valerio Mezzanotti