4 favourite, Damir Doma presented his Fall/Winter 2010/11 collectionÂ last week in Paris.
In short, we loved it.
Draped, hooded, pleated, pintucked and layered, Doma’s collection was an exploration of volume, in muted shades of charcoal, slate and ash. Each look had its own narrative, distinct from its predecessor yet still in keeping with the cohesion of theÂ collective. Robe-like outerwear, ankle-length wool coats and hooded capes formed the billowing silhouettes that swept the catwalk, punctuated with bondage-style belting, leather saddle-bags and modest skull caps. The odd splash of print, and occasionalÂ bare leg or two, vamped up the understated elegance of the collection, as Doma presented shorts, leggings and harem pants as alternatives to classic mens’ tailoring.
Whilst we salivate in anticipation, check out Damir Doma’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection, soon to hit 4!
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