Do you remember the years when September stopped being about the end of summer? Do you remember when you began to perceive this finite season as itself, perfected in its limitation, in the coolness of the mornings and the warmth of the evening sun? Do you remember how many vegetables are brought to the markets in September, ripe and tanned from the heat and suffocation of August? In September, the world seems to be in a warm filter, kissed by the sun, but already so balanced and mature, only a strip of orange hints at the summer mood, which is already turning into a memory. The Veresneve (September) Plattya is an ode to maturity, a beautiful steady transition to peace, nostalgia and a return to oneself. September heats up like Indian summer, reminding us with its color scheme of who we are, where we are from, and what we are for.
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