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Zoran Aragović: let there be colour! / Zoran Aragović: neka budu boje!


* from fashion show sponzored by DM



* dress that was designed for the winner of a contest organized by a fashion site  www.budin.com

*from collection " Strip& Stripe"

*from collection " Strip& Stripe"
'Strip & Stripe' kolekcija
*from collection " Strip& Stripe"


Croatian designer Zoran Aragović was born in 1981, graduated fashion in Zagreb. He has had fashion shows in numerous European towns. His designs, at least how I see it,  are characterized by explosion of colours. He creates under the label " Bite my style".

Hrvatski kreator, Zoran Aragović, rođen 1981, diplomirao modu u Zagrebu. Imao je modne revije u brojnim europskim gradovima. Njegove kreacije, barem koliko ja vidim, karakterizira eksplozija boja. Stvara pod etiketom " Bite my style."

Currently, there is a giveaway organized by budi in. You can win one of his creations here:
http://www.budi.in/moda-stil/osvojite-dizajnerski-kaftan-zorana-aragovica-2824

Možete osvojiti jednu od njegovih kreacija ovdje:
http://www.budi.in/moda-stil/osvojite-dizajnerski-kaftan-zorana-aragovica-2824

Comments

  1. Wow, quanti colori!


    http://lowbudget-lowcost.blogspot.it/2013/07/comfy-outfit-for-one-of-those-days-with.html

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  2. Dress of colours and happiness! Thanks for sharing, sweety! Lots of love :*:*:*

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  3. Amazing! Love the Colours!

    kisses

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  4. Beautiful styles ! Love this happiness with a lot of colors :)

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  5. Your Croation designers are great, and Zoran Aragović, too - I love these colourful looks!

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  6. Such a bright, unusual and vivid collection! Thank You for sharing such a nice post!
    Have a happy time!

    Alexandra
    www.svetusvet.com

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  7. So beautiful and colourful collection!!great photos!!many kisses my friend!
    http://shoppingtherapy153.blogspot.gr/

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  8. Love the dress in the second picture x

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  9. What a great designer. Totally my kind. I love colors.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  10. Hello Ivana,

    great collection of fashion!!! Ok, that´s very colourful and looks like the fashion from the 80s. I think it´s not really fashion for our daily walk in the city or to work...

    Would you wear that stufff?

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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