Yiorgos Eleftheriades Spring-Summer 2014 collection

Greek fashion designer Yiorgos Eleftheriades presented his spring-summer 2014 collection during Barcelona Fashion Week.

With a nod towards post-modern minimalism and the importance of balance in the structure of a garment, the Spring Summer 2014 collection of Yiorgos Eleftheriades is basically a series of sculptured silhouettes.
The effect is achieved via sharp shapes with applicated details, cut-outs and paper like effects.

Individual pieces can be easily juxtaposed in a variety of layered combinations. The collection's main purpose is to create an easy-going but impressive wardrobe all at once, fitted for an elegant and contemporary person.

Here a glimpse











About Yiorgos Eleftheriades
Yiorgos Eleftheriades’ collections have been displayed in Athens, Paris and Barcelona. His philosophy is based upon his love for classical forms. In his search for contemporary elegance, he aims to create a truly alternative urban style with interesting shapes, quality tailoring and experimental combinations of fabrics and textures. He is often fond of bringing together contrasting materials or elements.

The main idea behind his perception is a trans-seasonal timelessness and, a glamorous but cool day-to-night approach. The clothes might appear minimalistic and boldly outlined when worn matchingly, but can also be worn in a more accessible and softer neo-romantic style, with the juxtaposition of fabrics and silhouettes.

Being environmentally conscious, he has been using natural and eco friendly textiles since the start of his career.

His work has been presented in many magazines such as: Numero homme, Dapper Dan, Mixte, Soon, Vogue Japan, Harper’s Bazaar Japan, Dazed&Confused Japan, Amusement, Metal, Surface, Zoo Magazine, So Chic, Wallpaper, 10, ID, Gad Japan, Glamour and Citizen K... etc.
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