We thrive through the emotions we feel about ourselves and circumambient souls. Cult Form has and always will be constructing its DNA through the exposure to culture. Cult Form wanted to celebrate everyone who danced freely, with no boundaries on the streets and at ceremonies. With strong expressions through fabrics and cuts this season, we wanted to portray the story of a playful ceremony. These celebratory ceremonies that lasted for decades, with dancing and sharing memories as a vital part, became a myth approaching the pieces of heroism. The celebration of the body generation gives power to us, fabrics and textures that surround us and make us feel sensitive and vulnerable yet loud. Yorgan always will be a part of Cult Form's identity as we build our collections on stories that abled us to be here and think freely, we are the artisans who carried the delicacy of craft towards forthcoming artists.
We are putting the fabrics and shapes in the theatricality of mythology. Like the versatility of the traditions also, this season, we worked towards diversity in materials and artisans while still staying in touch with the core of traditional Turkish technics. We improve with each collection and explore the kitschiness of these feelings that surround the playfulness of ceremonies. Furhermore, the symbolism of the bride is not only depicted as a figure whose presence creates vulnerability, hence also the bride as the warrior who holds her Cult Form armor as the significant weapon. Anatolian and Turkish cultures based their traditions around different ways to celebrate and perform ritualistic milestones. A feeling of celebration surrounds them, the sense of family; whether it is their biological family or the chosen one. By bringing traditional forms, textiles, and textures mixed with modern and experimental designs, we fight against the patriarchal systems and highlight traditions created for minorities in Anatolian and Turkish geography.