Damir Doma’s Poetic Take on Sportswear with SS19 Collection

Merging Sport & Street

Unveiling a new Spring/Summer collection, Damier Doma seamlessly blends sport and street culture references to create modern and urban looks.

Using summer fabrics like cotton, linen and nylon, Doma draws inspiration from the Japanese origami technique, folding cotton pants and parkas before printing to create abstract patterns. Summer coats, oversized T-shirts and shorts are showered with digital prints of bleached net fabrics, giving the collection an edgy and conceptual feel.

A collection of functional and desirable clothes, meant to be worn every day, Doma’s SS19 range includes a neon pink tone sleeveless tunic top and hooded jacket, a military green bomber and a cotton vest injected with a utilitarian feel.

Rounding up the collection, Doma collaborated with a number of reputable brands, including German eyewear specialists, Mykita, for the quirky and futuristic “Monogram” sunglasses. Japanese accessories label, Master-piece created a range of backpacks, fanny packs and small pouches. And Italian footwear brand Officine developed a chukka boot, a rubber & leather sandal, a slip-on and a chunky running shoe in collaboration with Damier Doma.

See images of the collection below:

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