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Spring of Nensi Dojaka 781 collection is filled with the delicate sheer dresses we know, but it’s also the designer’s first introduction to denim. Dojaka, which just won the LVMH Prize last year, is fast becoming one of the most talked about brands at London Fashion Week. Emily Ratajkowski ended the show in a romantic tulle cranberry dress that radiated all the sophistication.
. When learning about lingerie, she took inspiration from the basics to create her unique sheer mini dress with powerful, asymmetrical sleeves. Still, Dojaka is using contrasting fabrics—silks and knits, for example, that create heartwarming juxtapositions on the runway and in real life (celebrities including Bella Hadid and Zendaya are fans ). “I always contrast my work with something more casual, so it doesn’t have don’t look too glamorous or too casual,” the designer told us over the phone.
What sets her apart is that she does design her outfits with the technical aspects of lingerie in mind – this applies to Ready-to-wear and nightwear. Few designers are trained and skilled in both. “People know this, but what they never really see in one place is us is doing everything from underwear all the way to bigger evening gowns,” she said. Here, a few facts you need to know about emerging designers.
She is inspired by organic shapes and flowers
“I really like organic shapes,” says Dojaka, who often uses flowers as inspiration for her thin lingerie pieces. “I I’m looking for a lot of flowers, whether they’re in a work of art or in the world. I like these organic shapes over geometric ones.” This season, she’s also incorporating these shapes into her fabric explorations Medium: “I love embroidery and stuff, and I started a little this season,” she said. “I wish to do more.”
Nensi Dojaka Cutout Top
Fit is everything
Dojaka emphasizes that the fit is the key retailer of every single piece she releases or sells on the runway, she has her own skills, she has been since the beginning In use. “Everything I do, especially the more fitting stuff, I drape them over mannequins. See how they perform there, or how the models feel, and how women feel after trying them on — their feedback Very important. Apparently the same goes for size, I have been careful and tried to do well because I think it keep everyone comfortable and clothed It’s important.” Dojaka took three years of her lingerie undergraduate course and drew inspiration from many of the fit details. “It came naturally to me,” she said.
This is about a celebration of Bodycon
You may have noticed that Dojaka’s cast is always strong . She credits her casting director for that, and, “The brand is all about women and the female body,” she said. “We be very careful in representing women of all kinds.” However, if you’re wondering why the designer’s work is still currently only available in UK sizes (equivalent to US
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Black is the core color
“My favorite color is definitely black,” she said. “But after doing a lot of exclusive projects for different retailers or just bespoke pieces for different people, I I really like playing with colors.” Here’s what we’ll see more of in spring Part of the reason for the tint 617 series, but black will always be the center of the Dojaka world. “I really wanted it to be very light, I wanted to be more fun in general. I think that’s what everyone needs now.”
She started to dabble in footwear
Dojaka is launching a shoe capsule next week ,the first time. “It basically a reflection of spring 790 collection,” she said. “All the shoes will be like a mirror image of what happens in the ready-to-wear collection. There are some shoes that have flower details, basically It is to draw elements from it.”