A new serenity emanated from Damir Doma’s pre-fall collection. The designer confessed he had been studying the origins of his aesthetic, taking inspiration from his early collections and the refined-yet-rustic nomadic style for which he became famous.
Coats were especially winning: a collarless, long number in green brushed-wool with fringed details on its seams and a high-waisted, double-breasted felt style in warm brown with raw finishing. They seemed as soothing to the skin as they were to the eye. Details that looked handcrafted — such as natural horn buttons or toggles, frayed knit edges and gauzy dresses — completed this minimalist, arty collection.