Bewitched was initially inspired by the theater Sleep No More showing in New York, which was telling an adapted story of Macbeth. At the beginning of the show, the protagonist was bewitched to see only the glamorous illusions, and throughout the story he was gradually swallowed by desire, and finally lost himself.

The collection is telling the narrative of people casted over by glamour and desire, and eventually lost and destroyed. Every design and detail has its meaning hidden behind. The chunky outerwear shows the illusive glamour, while the fitted silhouette represents the mental constraint. The bright colors indicate the the glamour casted over people. The complicated manipulated-together stitches are representing the tangle people are facing and falling into. The ribbons symbolize that people will eventually be bound by too much desire, like the protagonist committing suicide at the end in Sleep No More.