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ZSIGMOND DORA menswear’s latest Spring-Summer 2018 / Enrobed - I
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design & styling / Zsigmond Dóra
photo / The pictures were taken at the brand’s own production.
make up / Sara Skrionya Make up
hair cut in prior / Dávid Selmeczi Mod&Co
model / Domonkos at Sam the Agency
model / Benji at Badass Models















 
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ZSIGMOND DORA menswear’s latest Spring-Summer 2018 / Enrobed - I - Bright & Bent

ZSIGMOND DORA menswear’s latest Spring-Summer 2018 collection inspired by traditional loose trousers and vintage hand-woven fabrics. ZSIGMOND DORA menswear's Spring/Summer 2018 collection

titled E N R O B E D is brimming with agricultural references. E N R O B E D refers to the long garments in the collection

which form a cocoon around the wearer

and to the walnut which served as a dye for the fabrics used. Dóra Zsigmond

the designer mentions the loose trousers

the most iconic piece of Hungarian peasant menswear as the main inspiration of her collection.

Marketplace

créateurs indépendants

artisanat de luxe

prêt-à-porter femme

homme

d'objets d'art

de décoration

et d'articles de beauté

ZSIGMOND DORA menswear’s latest Spring-Summer 2018 collection inspired by traditional loose trousers and vintage hand-woven fabrics. ZSIGMOND DORA menswear's Spring/Summer 2018 collection, titled E N R O B E D is brimming with agricultural references. E N R O B E D refers to the long garments in the collection, which form a cocoon around the wearer, and to the walnut which served as a dye for the fabrics used. Dóra Zsigmond, the designer mentions the loose trousers, the most iconic piece of Hungarian peasant menswear as the main inspiration of her collection.,Marketplace, créateurs indépendants, artisanat de luxe, prêt-à-porter femme, homme, d'objets d'art, de décoration, et d'articles de beauté

ZSIGMOND DORA menswear’s latest Spring-Summer 2018 collection inspired by traditional loose trousers and vintage hand-woven fabrics

ZSIGMOND DORA menswear's Spring/Summer 2018 collection, titled E N R O B E D is brimming with agricultural references

E N R O B E D refers to the long garments in the collection, which form a cocoon around the wearer, and to the walnut which served as a dye for the fabrics used

Dóra Zsigmond, the designer mentions the loose trousers, the most iconic piece of Hungarian peasant menswear as the main inspiration of her collection

Each year, the designer centers her collection around a traditional artisan technique

She used traditional knotting and embroidery techniques in her previous collections

This year she dyed garments made of sackcloth with a brine made of raw and dried walnut leaves and hulls

Loose trousers and robe-like jackets are key pieces of the collection

The fraying, unfinished edges of coarse-wefted shirts and tops, the randomly placed patch overlays reference the austerity of flour sacks

This solemnity is dissolved by the playful, hidden details, such as unusual placement of zippers and tie closures, through which the wearer can build a personal relationship with the garments

The message "inhale the past — exhale the future" screen-printed along the center back of a pair of jackets is in line with the core philosophy of the brand: trendsetting renewal becomes relevant through the language of archaic cultures

"What's in your bag? What's important for you?" This has been the fundamental question for the designer while creating the collection

Not only at the theoretical level, but also at the level of raw materials, since the fabrics used in the garments were made decades ago and purchased from country estates

These old cotton canvases of varying widths were home woven and have not been used before

Dora freshened the fabrics with a plant dye made of raw and dried walnut leaves

A video shows the dyeing process

The two resulting colors, raw sand and khaki green, provide the subtle shades of the collection, which were assembled into a patchwork, resembling haphazard parcels of small fields typical of terraced farmscape

The trousers and tops made of this fabric summon the overall look of military camouflage

Bright & Bent est un concept store dédié à la promotion et la commercialisation de créations d'artistes authentiques de mode et décoration intérieure

ZSIGMOND DORA menswear’s latest Spring-Summer 2018 collection inspired by traditional loose trousers and vintage hand-woven fabrics. ZSIGMOND DORA menswear's Spring/Summer 2018 collection, titled E N R O B E D is brimming with agricultural references. E N R O B E D refers to the long garments in the collection, which form a cocoon around the wearer, and to the walnut which served as a dye for the fabrics used. Dóra Zsigmond, the designer mentions the loose trousers, the most iconic piece of Hungarian peasant menswear as the main inspiration of her collection. Each year, the designer centers her collection around a traditional artisan technique. She used traditional knotting and embroidery techniques in her previous collections. This year she dyed garments made of sackcloth with a brine made of raw and dried walnut leaves and hulls. Loose trousers and robe-like jackets are key pieces of the collection. The fraying, unfinished edges of coarse-wefted shirts and tops, the randomly placed patch overlays reference the austerity of flour sacks. This solemnity is dissolved by the playful, hidden details, such as unusual placement of zippers and tie closures, through which the wearer can build a personal relationship with the garments. The message "inhale the past — exhale the future" screen-printed along the center back of a pair of jackets is in line with the core philosophy of the brand: trendsetting renewal becomes relevant through the language of archaic cultures. "What's in your bag? What's important for you?" This has been the fundamental question for the designer while creating the collection. Not only at the theoretical level, but also at the level of raw materials, since the fabrics used in the garments were made decades ago and purchased from country estates. These old cotton canvases of varying widths were home woven and have not been used before. Dora freshened the fabrics with a plant dye made of raw and dried walnut leaves. A video shows the dyeing process. The two resulting colors, raw sand and khaki green, provide the subtle shades of the collection, which were assembled into a patchwork, resembling haphazard parcels of small fields typical of terraced farmscape. The trousers and tops made of this fabric summon the overall look of military camouflage. Bright & Bent est un concept store dédié à la promotion et la commercialisation de créations d'artistes authentiques de mode et décoration intérieure