Skip to main content "Four days of fashion"- part 1/ Četiri dana mode na prvi dio

Today I want to talk about fashion event that took place in Zagreb (Croatia) and that I haven't personally attended so all the photographs from the fashion shows will be taken from the site fashion. hr. The fashion shows lasted for four days and  gave 16 designers the chance to present their work. If you want to learn more about it visit the site, they organized the event and covered it in detail.
In short here are my impressions:

Evo danas nešto (ukratko ) o četiri dana mode u organizaciji portala fashion hr. (odakle sam preuzela i fotografije jer sama nisam bila tamo), koja su pružila priliku 16 modnih kreatora da pokažu svoj rad.

U kratko evo mojih dojmova:

Ivica Klarić
Ivica Klarić ( the designer that ) had closed the fashion event this year. Having celebrating his ten years as a desgner this way,  (everyone seems to agree that) he was the icing on a cake. 

Ovaj divni modni kreator je zatvorio modni događaj svojom kolekcijom i čini se da se svi slažu da je njegova kolekcija (ujedno i proslava desetogodišnjice rada) došla kao šlag na torti. 

Alexandar Žarevac
Great collection and I love how he had chose not to go for the obvious footwear. The models are wearing Dr. Martens shoes and it gives the collection that rock vibe.

 Odlična kolekcija i meni osobno jako se sviđa to što manekenke nose martensice, (a ne visoke pete) i to daje kolekciji rokerski prizvuk.

Fashion duo( Martina Vrdoljak Ranilović i Nataša Mihaljčišin)  I-gle never disappoints. Perhaps the most artistic of all the designers, they have created a collection that plays with light and shadow  showing femininity in unexcpeted ways. According to their site what inspired them for this Fall/Autum 2014 collection was geometry.

Modni dvojac ( Martina Vrdoljak Ranilović i Nataša Mihaljčišin) nikad vas neće razočarati. Među prisutnim kreatorima možda najviše povezane s umjetnošću, stvorile su kolekciju koja se igra sa svjetlom i sjenom pokazujući ženstvenost na način koji nije očit.  Prema njihovoj stranici, za jesen/zimu 2013/2014 nadahnula ih je geometrija. 

Ana Maria Ricov 
Bold cuts, colours and patterns- What is there not to like?

Odvažni krojevi, boje i  uzorci. Jednostavno ti se mora svidjeti.

 Jovana Marković
I must admit that I haven't heard of this designer before so  I had googled her. She joined this event as a part of regional colleboration. I found her site and it states that she is a fashion designer from Belgrade (Serbia), born in 1986. So young! I really liked her collection. The leather details are great. It's a bit edgy but still feminine (and I like the hairdos so much)

Moram priznati da nisam prije nikad čula za ovu kreatoricu, pa sam je guglala. Ovoj reviji je prisustovala u sklopu regionalnog projekta. Našla sam njenu stranicu na kojoj piše da je iz Beograda i da je rođena 1986. Tako mlada! Uglavnom, jako mi se svidjela njena revija, ima tu neku dinamičnost (i usput odlične su mi frizure.)

     Branka Donassy

Being a fan of midi, how can I not love this collection? The subtle and warm colours are also a win.

Budući da jako volim ovu dužinu suknje i haljine, kako da mi se ne svidi ova kolekcija? Nježne i tople boje su baš pogođene.


  1. Very amazing collection, looks so great.

  2. Girls can manage with "fashionable every day" quite easily but men have a lot to work.
    Some proposals are so fresh (calling for spring :)
    All the best

    Best Dressed Poland

  3. very cute looks

  4. Donassy is wonderful..! Thanks, my friend.. all so chic and beautiful! Have a nice day, sweety :)

  5. Seems you have really great designers! My favs are I-gle and Ana Maria Ricov < Many thanks for showing.


  6. yay, there's menswear!
    but those ana maria ricov pieces look really good. bold colors!


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