Jun 11, 2018 | By Nick Paget
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THAT 90S SHOW
Paris: Coming from a menswear background, designer Damir Doma has hit his stride recently by embracing a no-frills, sharp, androgynous look for women. Fall 2011 continued that gender-bending odyssey, and monastic design details, biker shorts, cropped turtlenecks, bomber jackets, maxi skirts, and fluid silhouettes added up to to a very 90s fall collection that allowed Doma’s penchant for expressing an appealing unisex aesthetic that conjures up chic urban-nomads. The showing was not one-note, however. There was also an Old World feeling – something unexpected for a Doma collection – that infused itself into a few of the looks, most notably through the wonderfully vivid spice-toned palette and vintage-y furs that added warmth to otherwise precise pieces. Simultaneously futuristic and nostalgic, alienating and inclusive, Doma hit the right notes for the modern ascetic.
Color: Black and white, curry, salmon, taupe, bronze
Key Items: Collarless blazer / Extra wide-leg pant / Tunic shirt / Knee-length biker short / Cropped turtleneck / Ankle-length pencil skirt
Materials: Cotton / Wool / Silk / Satin / Fur / Lustrous knits
Details + Trim: High necks / Pleats / Oversized proportions
Footwear + Accessories: Platform creepers / Metal cuffs / Hair Nets
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