The collar fascinates, the collar seduces, charms, enhances and captives. The collar impresses, judges, influences, dominates and directs. The collar camouflages, strangles, chokes, tightens, maintains and decapitates.
A woman in a suit does not say the same thing as a turtleneck woman.
Having furrowed the libraries of Paris, no work is interested in the subject. Being fascinated by this accessory from my very young age, I wanted to question, through an editorial object, my emotional relation to the collars by confronting them with their historical functions. Sometimes with the appearance of a notice, this book is by its content, highly metaphorical. It commits my subjective vision, and integrates the personal way in which I perceive the content.