Boris Bidjan Saberi is a German-born designer best known for his avant-garde work with leather in conjunction with a monochromatic color palette. Inspired by an eclectic mix of music, urban culture and skateboarding, Saberi’s clothing is a uniform for the futuristic street nomad — a mixture of layered luxe fabrics in flowing, contemporary cuts and liquid yet detailed silhouettes. For Fall/Winter 2012, the collection features those drapey, asymmetrical cuts in crushed leather, waffle fabrics and treated cotton — it appears that humanity, even in a not-too-distant apocalyptic future, will never lose its proclivity for comfort. This textural variety comes in the form of high-neck lamb jackets, gloved coats, leggings, and an array of long, oversized knits and shirts — all neutrally-colored and layered for style and protection, topped with slouchy beanies and grounded by horse leather sneakers. Boris Bidjan Saberi’s fall/winter collection is available now at H. Lorenzo and selected stockists worldwide.
Source: COUTE QUE COUTE