Wet guys coming from a rave, a dusty garage, neon cubistic lights, and a constant noise. That’s the frame we came across at Damir Doma’s show. Modernism and garments never spoke so glad together like during that late afternoon. White pure and a bit clinical garments set the starting of the show, slowly changing in something different, that from plain colors turned to stretched check, and then blue, and again an art patch (that Damir himself made) with the image of a noise appearing on shirts and bombers, just finishing with the insert of amethyst and matelassé. But above all, the real aim of Damir was to rethink the silhouette, giving to that a sculptural proposition. This time, he really felt the right to push the line.
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