Description- Demna Gvasalia
Now a creative director of Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia graduated from Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and moved to Paris afterward. In 2009, he supervised the teams at Maison Martin Margiela, and in 2013 he worked as a senior designer of women’s ready-to-wear clothing line of Louis Vuitton under Marc Jacobs. During this time, he started working on developing the ideas for Vetements, a brand famous for its youthful spirit, innovation and authenticity, where he eventually became a head designer.
In Fashion Designer - Georgia
Description- David Koma
Georgia-born and London-based fashion designer David Koma is an artistic director of the Maison Mugler since 2013. Koma, who studied at Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design, is known for his ultra-body contouring silhouette designs inspired by feminine forms. He consistently presents his collections at London Fashion Week twice a year. In his collections, he reinterpreted the brand’s fashion codes and introduced a mixture of minimalist style with metal details.
Description- Paris ModesTV
Née en 1982, Anuk Kebura, jeune designer daccessoires, a suivit un cursus à la Central St Martins School de Londres après avoir étudié à lAcadémie de Tbilissi (capitale de la Géorgie).
Description- Lako Bukia
After graduating school in Tbilisi, Bukia was immediately offered a place at Tbilisi State Academy of Arts and graduated from the Fashion Design and Textile faculty. Her first fashion show, called “Mushroom,” held in Tbilisi in 2008, received high praise and she got invited to take part in Kiev Fashion Week of young designers in spring of 2009. Her collection was also presented at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in 2008 and published in the issue of Oasis, a famous American fashion magazine. Bukia is known for using self-made prints in her collections. And for her Spring 2017 collection she used images of post-Soviet buildings and countryside landscapes in Georgia as prints on pantsuits, dresses and cropped jackets.
After graduating from Istituto Marangoni and Accademia del Lusso, Anouki Areshidze launched her Tbilisi-based brand Anouki in 2013. The main idea of the brand is to be ‘very own’ for each consumer, offering fashionable and modern clothes and accessories. Her style is usually very casual and has recently started to add elegant details to her looks.
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