Following two huge runway reveals over the previous 12 months, Nensi Dojaka took a distinct method for spring, eschewing the limelight and focusing as an alternative on a lookbook photographed by Drew Vickers in Paris.
Dojaka’s choice to take a break from the runway is a part of a wider technique. In an interview, the designer stated she’s making a sequence of inside modifications, taking tighter management of the model, and steering the main target away from the purple carpet and extra towards glamorous, on a regular basis clothes.
She’s additionally been carrying her personal designs extra, and “engaged on the match and luxury facet” of the clothes. “Customers are taking a look at performance, they usually’re making extra thought-about purchases,” stated the designer.
None of which means Dojaka has deserted her love of lingerie. She’s simply giving it a sportier, or extra tailor-made, spin.
Sheer, georgette leggings created frothy pleats on the backside of rolled, wide-leg denims, including a fragile edge to a workwear staple.
She labored with georgette as soon as once more, pleating it and creating dramatic fluted sleeves and legs on a jersey jumpsuit, mixing the mushy and sporty.
Dojaka additionally put a giant concentrate on tailoring, layering a black cropped jacket over a slinky bra prime, and high-waisted trousers over sheer leggings.
In fact, there was nonetheless a splash of purple carpet dazzle within the form of strappy sequin attire.
A white robe had an extended slit up the entrance and corsetry-style boning across the bodice, whereas a rosy beige minidress got here with a thin black bra strap – a Dojaka signature – on the entrance.