The DORAABODI Spring 2013 Collection Embraces Aquatic Patterns

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 15, 2013 • References: notjustalabel & notjustalabel
The DORAABODI Spring 2013 womenswear line embraces aquatic inspired patterns and ornate gilded accessories. Paying homage to the Seapunk subculture, this over-the-top collection exudes an air of street glamor. Alongside its aquatic color palette, this clashing catalog features fringed leathers, hand cut accents and harness inspired visual details.

Entitled ’The golden child’ Budapest based designer Dora's pieces feature various folk motifs showcased through her custom printed textiles. The designer displays her garments through a pastel enriched color scheme that is both playful and feminine for the up-and-coming Spring season.

The DORAABODI Spring 2013 collection epitomizes eccentric glamour. The label's young designer Dora marries aquatic colors and folk-inspired print motifs with ornate gold accessories that channel a daring Seapunk aesthetic made famous by music and fashion icons Azealia Banks and Grimes among others. Stats for Flamboyant Seapunk Fashions Trending: Older & Buzzing
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