The SADAK Spring/Summer 2015 collection references a multitude of cultural themes that are brought to life in this striking catalog by photographer Guille Chipironet.
The collection is the work of designer Sasa Kovacevic who worked in collaboration with illustration artist Ziga Tomori for his latest line. Taking inspiration from ex Yugoslavian architecture and Serbian 19th century carpets, the designer creates ethnically nomadic fashions.
The pieces are both eye-catching and pattern-enriched with a strong focus on comfort. Setting a vivid tone for summer, the SADAK Spring/Summer 2015 collection is a nod to its designer's cultural roots. The collection of harem pants, over-sized shorts and cape garmens is nothing short of striking thanks to its artful details that reference folk imagery and symbolism.
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