Damir Doma refuses to follow trends and avoids seeking attention for its own sake. Unlike most young, tailoring-obsessed menswear designers working today, Doma sculpts a soft, simple, yet imposing silhouette. More than simply making clothes, he is quietly sketching out the shape of a new kind of man.he says, his eponymous label has never really aimed for commercial success – it’s actually “a huge art project”.
"Creation is suffering. You’ve got to dig very deep in your soul. Sometimes this can be a painful thing. Sometimes you have doubts and you have to fight with yourself. Sometimes you have bad days and you just get on with it and GO ON. You always have to push and push and push!"
Dapper Dan, Issue 01