By and  on March 15, 2010

Backstory: The half-German, half-Iranian designer’s dark and minimalist vision is quietly becoming a household name among the avant-garde set. “My heritage is very much a part of my work,” says Boris Bidjan Saberi, 32, adding that his signature brand has registered double-digit growth since its spring 2008 debut.
Fall highs: Barcelona-based Saberi channels his precise dark aesthetic through protective sculptural leather wraps and zipped jackets in thick felts. For next season, the designer plans to launch a secondary line, as well as a limited edition range, dubbed 11 of 11, after his lucky number. It boasts 11 different items, which will be sold in 11 stores worldwide.
At the counter: The largely under-the-radar label is already carried in stores such as L’Eclaireur in Paris and L’Atelier in New York.


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