My father’s mother, my grandmother Tuti immigrated to Israel from Persia and together with my grandfather established a family of 8 people. At the age of 12, she was forced to leave her parents’ home, as well as her entire familiar, childish and innocent world for the sake of an adult marriage. Leaving my grandmother’s childhood world raises in me fundamental questions about her ways of dealing with a fate set for her. The collection deals with the extreme transition between the two worlds: a world of childish naivety versus the world of a married woman in the 1940s. In designing the collection, I used distinctly Islamic silhouettes combined with childish elements.