The Fall/Winter 2012 collection from Damir Doma has a distinctively tribal element, accompanied by a drum-heavy soundtrack and array of all-over printed garments. Fur also has a large role in the offering from the Parisian-based designer, and is expressed in several forms such as vests, outerwear and accessories. The collection also has a more refined and tailored side, boasting black as the main colorway and showing strict attention to detailing and accents. Overall the palette of the season takes form via a series of muted greys, blacks, browns and dark greens, each broken up occasionally by pops of white.
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