Damir Doma is back with another minimalistic collection for Spring/Summer 2016.
Although Damir Doma is distinguished for his minimalistic approach towards clothing, the designers close attention to detail in regards to texture, volume, colours and silhouette’s is what makes him a game changer. The Milan based designer has executed all four of these aspects beautifully for his Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
This seasons bottoms ranged from athletic drop-crotch to straight fluid leg trousers, as well as baggy Bermuda shorts, that epitomised the relaxed nature of the collection. These were eloquently matched with languid tunics and lapel-less tailored jackets made out of raw linen and papery cotton. Other garments featured in the collection were overcoats worn over sackcloth-puritan, rough-weave shirts. All these gentle, organically flowing silhouettes were embellished with a series of serene blues, whites, creams, pinks and khakis, that completed each minimalist fit. What stood out the most along the runway was the overlay of netting thrown on top of various garments, which contrasted the feel-free ambience that the collection emitted.
You can view the entire Damir Doma Spring/Summer 2016 collection below and don’t forget to share your thoughts on the designer’s latest work in the comment box.