ABO & Ana Ljubinković Shoe Collection

Young and creative Serbian interior, furniture and fashion designer Iva Ljubinković graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade in 2009. She entered doctorate studies in art at the same university in 2011. Iva Ljubinković displayed her work at the Salon of Architecture in Belgrade in 2008, 2009 and 2011, and she has also participated in numerous architectural competitions. She designed the interior for the boutique “Peekaboo” in 2007 and the boutique “Remake of Ana Ljubinković”in 2010. Her chairs, pillows, cups, figurines and lamps utilize a positive energy, courage, openness and cheerful colors. Iva’s style complements and differs in reference to Ana’s style (her sister, who is also a fashion designer). The universe and nature are the source of inspiration for both sisters. This summer, Iva Ljubinković successfully launched a limited edition collection of high-quality colorful footwear, ABO. Just recently, she introduced another edition of ABO & Ana Ljubinković handcrafted brogues in violet, blue, mint, gold, pink and red shades, and some of them were joined with metallic elements. These stylish and hip shoes are available at the boutique of Ana Ljubinković in the Belgrade Design District, Serbia.

Maya Hansen Spring/Summer 2015

Spanish designer Maya Carbajal Alex-Hansen graduated from the Centro Superior de Diseño de Moda de Madrid with honors in 2002. The designer launched her label in 2006. Maya Hansen has been participating at Madrid Fashion Week since 2010. She has developed body-hugging silhouettes based on the corsetry. Maya Hansen worked with celebrities like Lady Gaga, Nieves Álvarez, Rossy de Palma, Jessie J, Alaska, Paz Vega, Mónica Cruz and Pilar Rubio, and so on. She presented her latest collection “Birth” at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, which embraced the theme of human birth. The prints were inspired by the anatomist William Hunter’s drawings, obstetrician specialist. Printed and solid satins, elastic taffetas, brocades, Chantilly and dyed laces, elastic and sequined fabrics were articulated into the looks. The transparent fabrics were amalgamated with opaque fabrics. Old vintage prints were blended together with lingerie aesthetics, architectural and retro-futuristic components. Metal and plastic corsets, long dresses and cocktail dresses, bolero jackets, skirts with voluminous elements and leggings were featured on the runway. The collection exhibited ultra feminine, original and modern creations. Posh Fairytale Couture created six unique headdress cage masks for the lineup, and the shoes were made by Jefferey Campbell.

Lara Jensen Spring/Summer 2015

London-based talented millinery Lara Jensen embraced the European costumes and art of Roccoco – Georgian era as the source of her inspiration for the new collection “Deficit”. This period is remembered for its excessive and opulent garments. The title was chosen in a relation to Marie Antoinette’s overspending on the clothing, which brought France to a great debt. Lara Jensen, who loves history and politics, also reminded to the society on the over-consumption of luxury goods. She employed a high quality silk dupioni and 18k rose gold to craft the headgear. The collection displayed amazing and original headpieces.

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