PARIS, Jan 29, 2010 / FW/ — There is always softness in Damir Doma’s creations; but it is not effeminate. What it evokes is a soothing and calming feeling. This unique vision had made Croatian designer Damir Doma a must-see show during Paris Menswear week.
For Fall 2010, he did not disappoint his audience as Doma sent out rounded and softened drapery forms on mujik-style trousers then mixed it with the Asian sarawel, sending his audience to a spiritual journey to find balance with nature.
There is a pronounced lack of ornaments, and if there are any zippers, snaps or buttons, they are well hidden. Outerwear and jackets have an Asian bent, a mixture of the Japanese kimono, the Chinese tunic, even the Malaysian Baju Melayu.
Season after season, Damir Doma continues his ascent as a star in the Paris menswear seen and he can easily become a main force in menswear in another season or two.