Friday, 30 April 2010

Damir Doma Sunglasses for Linda Farrow Projects in store!

Linda Farrow Projects now in their second season, in collaboration with Peter Pilotto, Charles Anastase, Todd Lynn, House of Holland, Jeremy Scott, David Szeto, Kokon to Zai, Hussein Chalayan, Tim Hamilton, Damir Doma, Gaspard Yurkievich, Walter van Beirendonck and Tim Soar.
Each designer creating their own artistic style through sunglasses, overall complementing the complete silhouette for their brand. The concept of Linda Farrow Projects brings together creativity working with the most exciting designers to date offering a diverse selection under one brand - Linda Farrow Projects.

The Croatian-born Damir Doma grew up in Germany and studied fashion in Munich and Berlin, where he graduated in 2004 with magna cum laude for the best collection. In 2006, Doma launched his own label; and it was not long before he made a promising debut at Paris fashion week after presenting his first collection in June 2007. A strong following has ensued since, and one that has translated into commercial success in boutiques around the world too.

His collections to date, with layered sheer fabrics, and draped silhouettes, veer
towards a thoughtful and complex sensibility. Among his sources of inspiration, Doma lists emotions, nature and artists such as Gottfried Helnwein, Joseph Beuys and Gerhard Richter. Paradoxically, Doma, with his quiet quest for a fleeting serenity and his creations of subtle and layered looks, somehow seeks tranquility through a kind of gentle transgression.