Wednesday 6 November 2013

DIORALOP SS2014 collection

DIORALOP by Andreja Bistričić and Maja Merlić

Inspired by socialist architecture of former Yugoslavia, surrounding Zagreb, the SS14 collection stands strong and stoic, facing the world without contention.
DIORALOP collections are inspired by Polaroid pictures, which are created through intentional spills of chemicals and their exposure to different temperatures. This technique yields different patterns, which are then manipulated and constructed to form the different pieces of the collection.
Androgyny plays an important role within this collection, trying to transfer different elements of both sexes, but retaining feminine characteristics and appeal. Maintaining clean lines and silhouettes, the way the print is cut is key in fulfilling a collection, which is fluid and effortless.
The fabrics used also highlight the transmission of both sexes, through the contrast of heavy cotton panama and light silk organza. All of the fabrics used are digitally printed and purchased within the Glasgow School Of Art in Scotland.
The colours used in every collection are very experimental, due to the technique employed. A spectrum of purple is encapsulated within this collection, with highlights of petroleum green, a robust palette, which fits with the designers daring aesthetic.
Uncompromising, aware and individual.

Lookbook credits:
Photo: Sanja Bistricic
Model: Antonija Bilobrk @Sonic Models
Make-up: Ana Rajic
Hair: Mijo Majhen

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