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Feature: Highlights from Croatia’s Zagreb Fashion Week F/W 2012


The runways of Zagreb redefines modernity. 

By: Triston

Berlin, Germany.

 

The runways in Croatia at  Zagreb Fashion Week  had heads turning, cameras clicking, and critics like me salivating.

 

 

Ivana Popovic

Ivana Popovic

 

In a show that merged high end couture, contortionists and other circus performers, Ivana Popovic trail blazed with a more modern take on what fashion is. Color that spoke volumes, nothing understated. Only the bold and adventurous would dare to wear this. Sleek and flowing, in a dazzling array of hues, the Ivana Popovic show caused a stir on the runway with clothes that spoke to the individual in all of us.

 

 

Ana Kujudzic at Zagreb Fashion Week

Ana Kujudzic 

 

Ana Kujudžic debuted a line that could be described as Pocahontas hits the concrete jungle. Ties, lace-ups, tunics, and more. More subdued colours, but with more daring cuts and lines.

 

Toni Rico

Toni Rico

 

 

Toni Rico

Toni Rico

 

Toni Rico is bringing men’s classic elegance back to the forefront…where it never should have left. Hipsters have a new look to aspire to. Fitted clothes are making a re-emergence: buttoned-up shirts, flowing pants, and classic vests. This is the look your father’s father could even agree with.

 

 

 

Carlos Diez

Carlos Diez

 

Carlos Diez took his men’s collection on another plane with white tops, and print bottoms that are for the daring, fashion forward man not afraid to explore his masculine and feminine sides simultaneously. Beaded short skirts (or were they kilts?) with jackets opened up for a more revealing look, or tapered down for a more upscale appearance.

 

 

 Photography by Borna Cavrag 

 

*Triston is a jet-set performance artist, writer and novelist, living between Istanbul and Berlin. You can check out his thoughts at http://www.myspace.com/triston.

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