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For Fall 2019 Zoran Dobric collaborated with Japan's Aoyama Kohaze, a maker of kohaze: fingernail-shaped clasps for fastening of tabi (Japanese socks), kyahan (Japanese leggings) and tekkou (Japanese hand and wrist covers). By painstakingly embroidering the kohaze onto luxurious silks, Zoran Dobric is the first Western designer to collaborate with this company established in 1919. The collection also features embroideries using vintage hair samples, laser mirror foil cutting, and sublimation and digital printing, making each fabric an original work of art. The unique prints developed by the designer are inspired by Constructivist art and Japanese prints. The fall collection was shown at the Gardiner museum on Feb 6 2019, as a part of Toronto Fashion Week x RE\SET.   Special thanks to Helcim, an all-in-one merchant platform and credit card processing company, for their generous support.

Look book and fashion show  photography: George Pimentel,

3d scanning app, turntables and equipment by GLO3D:

Stylist: Ashley Galang,

Models: Elite Model Management Toronto:

Leia, Zenana, Sarah, Brooklin, Anjelica, Kenzie, Isiah, Ana, Alexia, Rae, Zoe, Alice, Andrew

Socks: McGregor Socks

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