AFRA Banach

AFRA Banach designs are simple, dignified farewell gowns with the farewell and to deal with the death, is uncomfortable for everyone. But it is also about love, eternity and mental tranquility, says designer AFRA Banach. So hot so the gowns designed by her, this long, delicate garments from environmentally degradable nature material accompanying the deceased in the afterlife. Whether all decorated with a stylized rose motif or a blue star have one thing in common: they are simple, dignified and contemporary. Me is”important to restore not the past, but to meet the particular State of the transition, the studied fashion designer explains her collection concept. Thus my gowns differ basically from the popular dead clothing that imitates the day clothes”. What may seem strange, coming in the more traditional world of funeral a small revolution. Baru often expresses his thoughts on the topic. The burial linen, as the jargon calls it, is very standardized in Germany.

“Dead shirts are always “yet for the most part an imitation of the 1950s clothes: women with Ruffles, men with collar and fly”, AFRA Banach says. Choose, for a dignified farewell a beautiful gown that would’ve loved the deceased, and so his personal appreciation to express – this is the basic idea. This helps to make the farewell, personal and more and provides some solace. Also a handkerchief or a banner that suits the gown can be important as a personal Memorial piece for the nationals. The demise of preparing our funeral culture developed out to more self determination of own burial. Who wants to take precautions during his lifetime can make even an individual robe next to the advice in the funeral. Some examples of gowns with a personally selected poem or an elaborate floral motif are presented under. AFRA Banach: to have fixed the last things, brings a certain Serenity”.