There is no end to the movements that have formed in the time and acceleration of modernity, and our contemporary approach to what we call design, is the combination of the same movements that have proved their persistence in the present era. This extension, in the context of the culture derived from it, sometimes placed contradicts and sometimes in the direction of overlapping and integrity with these currents, And in the recent social culture of Iran, it may seem different. Toktam Hemmati's recent collection is an attempt to show these contradictions familiar with the avant-garde approach with the scope of the Orientalism we are within it. "Andromeda" is a collection that takes its rhythm of dichotomy, but attempts to reveal signs that may seem lost or dimmed over time. This collection is a combination pictorial read out of the suwar al-kawakib al-thabita by Abdul Rahman Sufi Razi, Iranian Astronomer from the 3rd and 4th centuries Hijri (964 AD ), translated into Persian by Khaje Nasir al-Din Tusi) along with Cuts from the 4th century Hijri clothing in Iran during the Al-Booyeh era (a state that came from northern Iran and is influenced by Deylaman and Gilak, and the slices of clothing of that period are evident). The combination of these resources and historical stories in the Toktam Hemmati's avant-garde design space created a series of Iranian Feature of anarchist that reflect the movement of time and authority.