After his menswear Milan show-debut, was months later a logical follow-up with the womenswear too, since he moved his entire company to the Italian fashion capital. Inspired by the work of Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies, Doma showcased a collection rich in texture and volume. Draped and knotted fabric gracefully embraced the bodies, with a help of circular clips or loops, leaving the body almost a free movement, even when the garment had that near to sculptural effect. Doma´s well-known artisanal androgyny was this time contrasted with some feminine elements, like transparency or softly-accentuated waistlines.

/ all original images courtesy of damir doma, except the main original image courtesy of donald gjoka / 

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