Damir Domaʼs collections are lit by a soft, melancholic quest for tranquility. 

His designs encapsulate a measured study of proportion and a melange of textures for a juxtaposition of rough and refined.  Silhouettes draw upon a myriad of inspirations from the worlds of art and architecture, foregoing excessive decoration for a purity of form. 

Domaʼs work is harmoniously linked by a sense of uniform and an obsessive interplay between shadow and light. Questioning the modern wardrobe, garments offer multiple expressions of identity, contrasting elements of androgyny with dress codes across cultural and historical spheres.  

The Croatian-born designer grew up surrounded by toiles in his motherʼs atelier in Germany and later studied fashion in Munich and Berlin, where he graduated in 2004. Damir launched his first men's wear collection on the official schedule for the Spring Summer 2008 season, and three years later showed his first womens' prét-à-porter collection for Autumn Winter 2010. The casual line SILENT DAMIR DOMA was launched in the same year, with the Damir Doma Pre Fall and Resort collections for women following in 2011.  


An Eileen Gray rug, New Order’s “Power, Corruption & Lies” album and Audrey Hepburn carrying a fisherman’s net on the beach all served as inspiration for Damir Doma's Spring Summer 2015 Collection. Pragmatic tailoring and activewear with touches of crystal and statement embellishment added drama to his chic statement collection.