Taking inspiration from the Ottoman Empire and Topkapi architecture, Boris Bidjan Saberi‘s Fall/Winter 2014 collection, “Structurism,” channels a futuristic yet primal world. Unveiling a more structured silhouette than previous seasons, the designer combined his attention to detail in sophisticated tailoring with the brand’s usual streetwear aesthetic. Models appeared like nomadic travelers from the future – a juxtaposition of clean lines with rough knit fabrics and soft shapes with sleek leathers. A key highlight was the black-and-white geometric jacquard fabric which adorned pants and jackets, confirming the brand’s position as a purveyor of luxury modern garments made using meticulous techniques.
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