Damir Doma brought a variety of colors and oversize garments for their SS18 collection. An eclectic mix of styles and tastes, you never really know what to expect from Damir Doma.
Not the first designer this season to throw in some cool pops of seafoam green, the collection featured many colors and patterns, all splashed upon baggy garments. For example, a baggy, striped suit or a huge overcoat layered on various garments with different patterns. Models (both male and female) sported chunky necklaces and we also loved that diverse collection of models. They seemed to be rather gender fluid — many of the looks could, in theory work for men or women. We also loved pops of gold layered underneath suits and trench coats.
Asymmetric shirts and coats were held together with white shoelaces laced up — an interesting alternative to a traditional button, snap or buckle. Many of the looks were paired with bowling style shoes, but something it just seemed to work.
BDMOTP loved the sweaters featured. Although the collection is technically for spring and summer, a lightweight, baggy black and white sweater could look really cool layered over a pair of shorts. Of course, seaform green is a color we are excited to see more of for next spring and summer.
Words by Lori Zaino and photos from Damir Doma.