Since its inception Dalood has been managing and promoting newcomer Georgian designers. In the early days, the company ran Dalood’s label alongside with several in-house designer clothing lines.The majority of Gerogian fashion designers (Giorgi Amirejibi, Simon Machabeli, Gola Damian, Datuna Sulikashvili, Giorgi Pantsulaia, Irakli Rusadze, Gvantsa Janashia and etc.) have either started their careers in Dalood or worked for the brand for significant period of time. It is fair to say that Dalood  not only has supported Georgian designers and artists, but has largely contributed to the development of Georgian fashion industry. As a company we cherish our legacy and plan to carry it forward with us by finding and promoting new Georgian talents.

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Gola Damian

It's All About You
Gola Damian is a Georgian based young designer. He was Dalood's creative director from 2013 to 2015. Gola is the winner of several fashion competitions and is successfully soled in Tbilisi.Infusing elegance and classical shapes with dreamy, infantile and colorful forms have gained Gola popularity among younger generations, he has been branded the infant terrible of Georgian fashion.His fanciful take on menswear has proved that Gola has his own sensibility. His bad-taste-good-taste tendencies are always entertaining.
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Simon Machabeli

Fairy Dreamers
Simon Machabeli is a Georgian designer working across multiple fields of performing arts, be it theatre, film or fashion. Simon began to design early on, and in his student years had already established himself as a promising set designer working in theatres in Georgia and abroad. Simon studied set design at the Tbilisi Academy of Fine Arts and performance costume at the Edinburgh College of Arts. After graduating from Central St. Martins College of Art and Design's legendary fashion course (MA in womenswear) in 2008, Simon returned to Georgia and designed several fashion collections, worked as a costume and production designer on a number of theatre productions and feature films. Since 2010 Simon has collaborated with Dalood on numerous projects. His latest works attempt to challenge the conventional catwalk shows and seasonal fashion collections with highly individual presentations. These are aesthetic interpretations of Georgian religious arts, sacred costumes and personal experience. A fastidious ​​draftsman and a profound connoisseur of fashion grammar - Simon Machabeli is an artist who provokes ephemeral world of fashion and creates a distinct, non-seasonal garments outside of fashion system, always charged with greater story, substance and the finest quality.
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Grigor Devejiev

Grigor Devejiev is a photographer with over a decade of experience in fashion, as well as in fashion styling. The vast majority  of   Dalood's campaigns is created by him, therefore the collaborative project was born through friendship and creative convergence of Dalood's Creative Director Maka Kvitsiani and Grigor. His atmospheric, somewhat bold editorials and gritty pics have been included in international fashion magazines including i-D and Metal’. He’s represented by three big, A3-sized colour photos of shabby-looking people in threatening poses in really run-down horrible buildings.He creates a unified visual aesthetic for the Tbilisi fashion scene, which is also relevant globally. Grigor is responsible for the majority of visual footage for the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.   The full crappiness is brought out by the use of flash which projects cheap shadows behind the dodgy-looking characters. Grigor often mixes photography genres using documentary photography in fashion. His preferred method is of casting people of the most diverse ages, appearances and social backgrounds for his projects he highlights the lingering inequality in Georgian society.
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George Amirejibi

George Amirejibi was one of the very first Dalood's projects. Born in Georgia, George graduated from Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. He completed his internship at Saga Furs in 2003 and is the winner of numerous fashion competitions in Georgia and Russia. Since 2007, George has moved to Istanbul and has been working for leather and fur companies such as Punto, Emelda, Chelsea. In 2016, Georgre re-launched his brand “Amirejibi” and opened an atelier.
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Irakli Rusadze

Virginia Woolf
Georgian self taught fashion designer started his career early, when he was 15. He took short courses with Georgian old masters in  construction and sewing. Irakli’s first debut appearance was in 2010 during GFW ( Georgian Fashion Week ).  Before working as a house designer, Irakli first started as an intern and studied at Dalood. He participated in couple of social and charity projects. Currently, Irakli is based in Tbilisi and works as  a Creative Director for a Georgian brand, Situationist.
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Datuna Sulikashvili

Datuna Sulikashvili debuted in 2005 as a fashion designer with his first collection while being a student at Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. His style is noted to be very feminine with long dresses and mixed attire made of flowing materials with light and heavily patterned contrasting materials. Datuna Sulikashvili has participated in various fashion events. He has worked as Dalood's  house couturier  for several seasons.
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Ani Datukishvili

Urban Sound
Ani Datukishvili graduated from Central Saint Martins (London) in 2012 and Istituto Marangoni (Paris) in 2015. After several internships in Paris she moved back to Georgia. Her first collection was a collaboration with Georgian brand - Dalood, which was presented at the show in Tbilisi and was published in Vogue. In 2016 designer founded her brand - Ani Datukishvili and presented the collection of SS17 at TFW.  Ani exhibited her FW18/19 collection at Generation Talent Event, organized by IM and Suitex International in Milan.In her collections you will often  find a playful mix of symmetry and asymmetry, geometry and draping, masculinity and femininity.
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