Damir Doma is a welcome relief from the glitz and glam that dominates Milan fashion week. While his peers are throwing massive extravaganzas filled with ostentatious looks and star-studded front rows, Doma’s shows are a subtle, low-key affair that reveals abstract, evocative collections. The designer has previously used freezing train platforms and jaw-dropping abandoned townhouses to show his work, and hidden in the Milanese rail tunnels that housed Doma’s SS18 collection was a pleasant surprise that put a smile on many of show’s attendees.

You’d be forgiven for missing it, but among Damir’s abstracted outerwear and hand-bleached sweaters were pieces from a forthcoming collaboration with Italian label LOTTO. A gem in Italy’s illustrious sportswear history, unlike its peers — FILA, Diadora, Kappa, Sergio Tacchini and the like — LOTTO has yet to enter the collaboration game. It looks like that’ll soon be changing thanks to the Croatian-born, Milan-based designer.

Sportswear-meets-fashion collabs are pretty commonplace, but instead of the over-the-top logo-fests that you see so much of these days, Doma has taken a more delicate approach to LOTTO’s athleticwear. The brand’s distinctive double-diamond logo trailed around the legs of Doma’s track pants, and his models slowly marched around the tunnels with worn and weathered LOTTO sneakers on their feet.

There’s no official imagery as of yet, but we managed to get a sneak peek of the collab’s sneakers backstage after the show.

Stay tuned for further info on Damir Doma x LOTTO as it’s made available.

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