Dalood by the designer Maka Kvitsiani is a label well-known for its denim pieces, and Kvitsiani doesn’t seem to be letting up on her signature anytime soon. This season, she showed a black denim jacket embroidered with yellow sequin sunflowers and a pair of black jeans boasting blue sequin florals; both looked like they’d be easy sells. As for the rest of the collection, a similar easy appeal was evident in a cropped pin-striped jacket and a skirtsuit in a windowpane print. A denim dress and rhinestone-dotted T-shirt seemed out of place, as did a shift dress with a cut-out on the chest. - LIANA SATENSTEIN (Vogue.com)
Spring Summer 2018
Dalood’s melancholic and yet optimistic approach to SS2018 season is not coincidental as it reflects the theme of the collection – designing sustainable fashion. Being based in Georgia where the country is defined by its nature as well as its natural resources, environment is paramount and most commonly reflected upon whether culturally or artistically. Consequently, the underlying message of this collection is to respect nature and be considerate towards our mother earth. For this collection, Dalood designer, Maka Kvitsiani, only used organic and renewable textiles, like silk, linen and cotton. Mostly, fabrics of pastel colors, monochrome looks combined with slight touches of sparkly glitter and embroidery, pair of trousers complimenting spacious, crossover, sharp shoulder shirtdresses with asymmetrically cut edges: creating warmth, comfort and tenderness while forming into classy and elegant ensembles. The concept was to design garments that are fully gentle on women.