This unique collection of embroidered coats came as a result of a study about fashion styles typical for the Balkans. Serbian folk costume was the main inspiration for the collection. I took the form of *zubun and created coats that have a touch of a fairytale. I wanted them to look as if they came from the closet of a princess.
The coats are intended for young women who strive to show their unique style and still feel like princesses in this crazy and ruined world.
All coats are in single color, made from a woolen material. I chose traditional colors for my coats: blue, green, red and black and embroidery that has the same color as the lining, fine stylish decorative
embroidery, which represents one of the most significant forms of artistic expression on textile.
This was the first time I did something like that. The feeling is incredible, people are amazed when I tell them I did all the work. It’s true that I spent so much time working on them, but whenever I see my final work I am very proud of myself. I spent 3-10 days working on the needlework for each piece. Buttons have embroidery details too.
While I was working on the collection, I learnt how to make my designs reality.
The whole collection has nine unique coats. They’re all in different sizes and all of them are for sale. Three coats were already sold in June on my first exhibition. Only the pink one is not for sale.
If you like my coats and you want to know the prices tweet me @SparklinaDesign contact me on email@example.com
*zubun- long sleeveless vest, traditionally the most beautiful garment worn by Serbian women