jponfashionspeed.对Boris Bidjan Saberi的独家专访
时间:2014-08-02 14:20 来源:互联网 作者:笨笨猪 点击:
这个发生在11月2日的专访谈到了Boris 2013春夏的灵感来源、设计师本人最喜欢的单品、以及为何要改变一贯的设计风格等问题。在谈话中Boris还表示自己肯定会做女装,只是在等待合适的时间和切入点。Boris还说目前自己的品牌并没有获得外界的财务支持,所以也没有人在背后告诉他必须如何如何工作,而自己非常享受现在的感觉。
1. Tell us about your latest collection.
I did this collection because I was pretty inspired by the mafia. I always need a group to inspire a collection. The idea is to make something a little bit more serious and more classic. As I always need a crew or a gang (for every collection) I looked for one and in this case it's more like the mafia. And from that, I created my mafia from the future.
2. What made you decide to go to a different direction with this new collection? This collection is a little bit lighter for you pared to your previous collections. I noticed some sportswear, some denim and lighter shades as pared to your earlier works.
First of all, all my collections are reflection of myself which means I don't design based on any movies or something like that. It's really how I feel that's the direction I go. In this case, I really wanted to speed and to make something more serious. And that's why I went to that way. And of course I was looking for a story or concept which was the mafia. The different ments they came out because of the wardrobe. A classic man has a wardrobe where he wears jeans, suits, gabardine (jacket), polo jackets maybe. I took garments of a classic wardrobe and I changed them totally and destroyed them totally. And I made my gabardine (jacket), my jeans, my bomber jackets. and so on. All the patterns I make to fit my body and also (make them) really fluid like how I want them. I don't really do drawings. I make them for my body right away.
3. What are the covetable pieces from this collection?
The gabardine coat is one of the masterpieces from the collection because of the arm construction. It is something that is really difficult (to make) because we made the upper shoulder part which is always on the gabardine to put the button on. This es out from the arm and it's a really strange arm situation. This is a masterpiece and the arms are on oil-tanned leather and the fabric is coated cotton so the mix and cut is really brilliant. It was really difficult to m
4. We all know that there is a growing demand for your stuff from women. Do you see yourself making womenswear anytime soon?
I think I do but when I do it I want to start it step-by-step and not do the big shows. First of all, what I really love to do is garments and feel them and to make really beautiful objects. In reality, my woman is strong when I can imagine her. But I don't know if she's strong enough to conquer the woman of other designers you know. So maybe she would be really be basic and really clean.
5. Do you have a person in mind?
No, not at the moment. But how I feel a woman has to dress today for me then it has to be pretty clean. I will do womenswear for sure because I really want to do it. But how and when we shall see.
6. How about diffusion lines? Do you see yourself collaborating with any designer?
There are things but in the end what's important for me is my brand and that's my baby. And I love it really. And it's really what I want to do. And I have no financial support. I have no people behind me to tell me what I have to do. I really love what I do. And my whole team we are like a family. I really like how it is right now. I don't want to make it different right now. I really want to continue how it is and continue enjoying it. If there are panies ing up someday something which I would imagine be interesting then of course why not. Collaborations we do. We did something with Linda Farrow, Sixth Sense and with other bigger brands. They are not yet out so I can't tell. This I enjoy doing. But a big big brand like designer for another house right now I don't think so.