CRO-A-PORTER - Day 3.
And here is the last day of Cro-a-porter
Post-graduation, Luka worked alongside top designers in New York including Oscar de La Renta, Dennis Basso, and Nicolas Petrou. He helped Mr. de La Renta and his team to create designs for the company's Ready-To-Wear and for various fashion shows, including the Fall 2005 and Spring 2006 Fashion Weeks. Luka also worked for Nicolas Petrou and contributed to the acclaimed debut collection for the Madison Avenue store launch in 2007. More at http://lukag.com/
Croatian designer Ivan Mandžukić with Berlin address. More at http://www.ivanman.de/
ANDREJA BISTRIČIĆ I MAJA MERLIĆ
For this collection designer Andreja Bistričić used polaroids of Maja Merlić as main motive. More about Andreja at http://www.andrejabistricic.com/
After divorce of Croatian business man she became one of the richest Croatian women's. This is her first collection presented here, and I think that this is first collection ever.
TEO P. FOR MAK
Collaboration of Croatian designer Teo Perić and fashion house MAK.
Young Juraj Žigman already prove him self as a quality designer. He usually uses a lot of colors and more you can find here http://jurajzigman.com/
Famous Croatian wild designer, more at http://ivanapopovic.com/
These were all shows at Cro-a-porter. I wasn't too much impressed with it, even with those who are otherwise excellent, but in almost every collection I'd found a piece that I would put on myself. All collections are a little to dark, and all a little too reminiscent of the world's top designers. But I am not an expert, so this is my personal opinion.
I wanted to write you few words about every designer, but I don't have time to surf the internet whole day and I think that today in the era of internet everybody should have their own web page.
Photos are taken from http://cro-a-porter.hr/web2011jesen/index.php and http://www.fashion.hr