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Timeless FW Men's Wear
New York Fashion Week
These fabrics has been woven knot by knot in these lands.
Grandmothers, grandfathers of everyone had wove. They turned the masts to loom, then wove. There is a trace of Anatolia on all of the shapes I wove today. Full of that much colorful, that much generous, that much grasp of flower, soil, nature, that much benevolent; it was...
Unsettled, besides. They were migrating like the birds of passage. They were moving to where the spring was… The nature was, its wealth… I am waving today’s shapes of those days’ tales…
Each of the shapes to be tale, once again… Like the running through the buildings, concretes of the reluctant nature; the humans’ shapes which life will find place…
Collection fabrics are produced in Textile Recycle Center in Usak, Turkey.
With a sustainability perspective, recycled textile, which are produced from recycled yarns used for the collection. The yarns were created from the collected waste textiles too.
All of the remaining fabrics of the collection will be collected and transformed to the paper. All packaging materials such as wrapping papers and boxes will be produced by Recycled Center in Kagithane, Istanbul.
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Harran / Urfa
Harran region is the city of the saints. In Harran, men wear a cassock similar to this design.
Smyrna / Izmir
In the Aegean region, men wear short jackets when going to war. The sleeves of these jackets have another sleeve.This second part hides the man's arm. in this design a zipper is attached to the arm instead of the second part. Thus, a new functional solution suitable for daily use has been produced.
Antandros / Edremit
The bag of this garment is triangular. Shaman can use symbols of invisible forms. The female deer is sacred to the shaman. The triangular space between the deer antlers is an amulet and is sacred.
Anatolian Endemic Plants
For the men entering the war in the Aegean region, their wives prepare a needle lace in the form of flowers. They adorn their men with this needle lace. Snapdragon flower, one of the Anatolian endemic plants, was used in this design.
Anatolian Hand-weaving Kilim Technique
Scarf is hand-woven. Re-woven using recycled fabrics
Buttoning / Central Anatolia
Some men in Çankırı don't wear buttons in their jackets. Instead they combine their jackets with a yarn. The name of these yarns is uckur in Anatolia
Traditional Anatolian Culture / Recycled
All fabrics used in the collection are woven using recycled cotton and wool fibers.
The jacket was woven with the special weaving technique of Firat Neziroglu.
Anatolian Clothing Cut / Bird
In Anatolia, additional triangular pieces are placed between the two parts while the body and arm parts are combined. the name of this piece is called the 'bird'. This piece sees bellow duty and ventilates the armpit. This triangle piece was used in the entire collection.
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Timeless Fabric Design
Euphrates (Fırat)… The Latin word expressing the river by its foolhardy, frenetic character… In the fabric design; rich and fertile land, splendor, power and enthusiasm are the themes; and the landscapes of the river Euphrates between the reality and illusion are portrayed. On the ancient tablets, the river is depicted as “the light reflecting to the eyes of the beloved in the daytime; the let down black hair of the beloved by the night…”. These mystic fabrics which reflect the unique culture of us, found themselves by searching texture and form; and a little comment on “reflections of tradition to textile art and the design of the future” is added. The fiber art and weaving design are kneaded together and presented as an offer to wearable art.