Kofta's creative handbags

Kofta's collection for spring-summer 2016 caught my eye because of the translation of baroque architecture to his designs.



So I had a closer look at his collection and at Kofta as designer.

Konstantin Kofta created his own label combining contradictory elements outside the traditional principles of the fashion industry. His designs are elegant, practical and eye-catchers. The designer claims to combine rural and urban perceptions and embraces the unintentional and unexpected. He is aiming to appear as a form of art installation and with his SS16 collection he did!


In his own words on the collection:

"Kofta SS16 Collection entitled ARHI reflects the designers ongoing contemplation of the structures of the nature. The wholeness of natural form indicates that the form and forces are always in some sense of equilibrium. In most of natural forms, the quality of equilibrium may be difficult to recognise.
Seashells for instance are one of the natural forms whose functions are simple enough to be approximated by a simple mathematical relationship. Kofta is trying to understand how natural forms and curves are applicable to human architectures and then transfers his thoughts to design creating beautiful sculptural pieces.
Contemplating baroque architecture where regular designs gave way to curves, dramatic shapes and decoration Kofta create bags to evoke sensual delight."

And some more designs:



For more information visit Kofta's page.

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