After Rome, London, Prague fashion designer Aida Korman returns to Sarajevo opening a new design studio in the Tito style building
Following the fashion show in Rome and the successful presentation of the collection Ad Modum Bosniesem Aida inaugurates her design studio in Sarajevo finding new collaboration with Bosnian women specialised in old tradition craftsmanship.
“Sarajevo has been always my main source of inspiration, not just because I was born there but mainly because of its culture and the peculiarity of its people. Sarajevo has a special soul being e de facto crossroad between East and West. Its post war condition adds something more, which inspires artists and tourists from all over the world.” says Aida Korman
The Aida Korman newly opened design studio is located in an area mainly populated by unemployed and thugs. The Tito style building hosts the studio designed after the latest trends of the European ateliers, where the designer has been working.
The purposely made stylish furniture in light tones and colours are mixed with vintage pieces from the fifties and traditional Bosnian crafts works in red copper, handmade embroidery and knitting. Surrounded by several mirrors, artistic paintings and installations by Aida Korman and her friends you can lose yourself reading the world’s famous fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, The Face, I-D, Black Book, Marie Claire, Officiel and outfits from the designer’s collections or her latest collection “Primavera 1426”. The design studio is planned for Aida Korman’s new Unique project but has been still intended as an exhibition space open to the public. Besides women wear, men and children wear can be found in the Aida’s atelier.
The interior design of the Aida Korman Design studio is the result of an extensive research by AIDAKORMAN.
Photos of design studio on www.aidakorman.com
Text: Nihad Penava