Tuesday, February 9, 2010

LAMIJA SULJEVIC

I love getting e-mails from talented people. Take a look at what popped into my mailbox: Swedish designer Lamija Suljevic's new Fall/Winter 2010 collection. She's a fashion designer born in Bosnia but based in Stockholm - Sweden. You can see she's trained in pattern making, the collection looks very tailored and has beautiful shapes.
Her main inspiration for the collection was her hometown, her past & her lost childhood. "It's important to me that my garments are something more than just a garment on a hanger.They should tell a story." Isn't that true & inspiring?
Head over to Dazed if you want to know more about her, there's a great interview, read it!





Pictures by Emma Jönsson Dysell for Lamija Suljevic

19 comments:

roxanne said...

oh my god, the shapes! tantalizing.

daisychain said...

talented doesn't even begin to desribe her skills, amazing.

Marta Represa said...

I heard about her not so long ago for the first time...and I've been in love with her work ever since. She is so talented!
By the way I'm adding your blog to my favourites!
xx

the gorgeous said...

that's what is comming! so sofisticated but gorgeous!

Nicci said...

IN. LOVE.
IN LOOOOOOOVE!

Nicci said...

IN. LOVE.
IN LOOOOOOOVE!

blondie said...

Wow, I rly like your blog!Glad I came accross it!X

anna bu said...

yeah she has great stuff.
these shots are really cool. i always like when designers get inspired by their hometown.

bisous
annabu

MOLLYKT said...

the structuring is beautiful, she's got a good eye for tailoring and shape, that's for sure!
i love the eastern vibe to these pictrures, they're beautiful!
xxx

cinta / sepi / sayu said...

oh thank you for stopping by dearest. i love this post btw. her clothes are absolutely precious. i hope you won't mind me linking to you if ever i post about it! xo

silvia said...

I love her too & discovered her creations throught lookbook...the geometric-lace dress is just AMASING!

liana said...

gasp!
i'm speechless.

JaNielle Studer said...

Beautiful Fabrics and Texture!

http://thestyleswatch.blogspot.com

joannapple said...

amazing! what a great vision for outfits

miriam said...

she's so amazing - i'm proud to be swedish :)

Eva Internazionale said...

Thanks for sharing. Being close to where they originate I'm always interested in stories like hers.

FlashFash said...

Just went through your blog archives and instantly fell in love with it!

Suzanne said...

It's so refreshing to see new shapes in a less futuristic context!

clarecatastrophe said...

Wow, these are very great! I agree with suzanne; familiar themes/traditional tailoring techniques plus experimental shapes makes this so appealing.

 

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