Matériel Tbilisi SS20

Matériel Tbilisi SS20

Last update: 08/11/2019

Designer Alexander Akhalkatsishvili has been working on Spring 2020 collection for the "Matériel" fashion house. The designer presented two collection in this season at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Alexander used many colors and leather materials with color blocking. Coats, jackets and evening dresses - there were a lot of them, in the diversity of the collection its character was not lost. Matériel is the most powerful and sustainable fashion house in Georgia.


NINO SEPO  - "LIFE AS A GEOMETRY"

NINO SEPO - "LIFE AS A GEOMETRY"

Last update: 08/11/2019

NINO SEPO
SPRING/SUMMER 2020

LIFE AS A GEOMETRY

Jewelry Designer, Nino Sepiashvili's new collection for summer 2020 was presented at Tbilisi MB Fashion Week.


GEORGE KEBURIA - SPRING/SUMMER 2020

GEORGE KEBURIA - SPRING/SUMMER 2020

Last update: 08/11/2019

Main accent of GEORGE KEBURIA SS20 collection is 70s and 80s fashion aesthetic. Mostly 80s. The collection is a mix of light and heavy fabrics. Known for his love of bright color tones, George Keburia traditionally plays with color.

‘Within this collection, I wanted to visualize 80s soap opera vibes. There are many kinds of characters, mostly older mature women. Some are cheating on their husbands; some are going bankrupts, but still spend all their money on clothes; others are on Xanax, while some are just going back home tired from work. Most of those characters are fashionholics. I wanted to depict as many types of characters as possible within one soap opera.’ - said Keburia.


JANASHIA SS20

JANASHIA SS20

Last update: 08/11/2019

JANASHIA SS20 creates a mix of futuristic patterns and represents the modern approach to the 60's and late 70's eras.

While working on the collection, designer, Gvantsa Janashia, was trying to bring the freshness to the old patterns and cuts and approached each and every piece of the collection in a playful way. It was a process of creation of new forms and figures, developed through spontaneous sketching. Cuts used in creation of the pieces are mostly inspired by cycles that remind us of asymmetrical stones and are developed through improvisation.