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Your garments were made to worship you

An article of clothing or garment that adorns your skin should be made with the intention of worshipping the skin it finds itself upon. The transfer of intention through design and execution will manifest itself into a garment so charged with love for the body, that it will bring us deeper appreciation and communion with the bodies we occupy.

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Your garments should make you feel held tightly in love.

In the duty of worshipping the body, the garments must comfortably exert a pressure upon an area of skin that may mimic a hug. This is to release oxytocin in the brain, further stimulating trust between wearer and garment,  ultimately liberating the sensual self.

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Your garments shape your reality.

Bring forth full body autonomy and find ownership in the nuances of individual style and self expression.  The wearer must dress not for the world but for the universe they envision.

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Your garments are a sacred timestamp

As a result of the wearer’s appreciation for the garment, it will naturally transform into an heirloom—a source of inspiration and storytelling shared exclusively between the wearer and the garment,  that will provoke a cosmic collision in the human experience. 

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Your garments do not have to be about your body. The brain is a sexual organ too.

Do not limit yourself, do not limit your sexuality. Liberate. Be free. Commune with the inner self that is eternally expressed through sex.

In the spirit of reconciliation Chantelle Lucyl acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all First Nation’s and Torres Strait Islander people today.

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