Sunday 2 September 2018

Marko Feher - YUGOSLAVIA

Marko Feher, a promising fashion designer from Bosnia and Herzegovina who currently studies at Central Saint Martins, presented his new collection 'YUGOSLAVIA / ЈУГОСЛАВИЈА.

In recent years we see a true revival and revaluation for architecture from former Yugoslavia.
At MoMA there is currently a whole exhibition going on about this subject named 'Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980'. Fashion and architecture have always had good relationship with each other. In this context, it was to be expected that the futuristic and stunning monuments from Yugoslavia would be a source of inspiration for fashion designers. Such is the case for Marko Feher, who originates from former Yugoslavia.
"The starting point of my inspiration was monument “Tjentiste” in Sutjeska, Bosna I Hercegovina. When I was the age of 7 I saw this monument and was totally impressed, look to me powerful, strong but in the same time remind me on wings and sounds to me freedom."

The editorial is shoot by photographer Edvin Kalić and with the model Iris Bijedić at Tjentište monument. This spomenik (monument) at Tjentište, Bosnia commemorates the fallen fighters of the Battle of the Sutjeska, which took place from May 15th to June 16th, 1943.

Read more about his research on NJAL.

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