FALL | WINTER » Sergio Davila fall 2013
Posted by Brigitte Segura on Feb 22, 2013 in FALL | WINTER, FDM BOYS club, MBFW, NYFW | 0 comments
A cross-section of the daring and delectable, taking us on a wild ride for Fall 2013, Sergio Davila brought to life what inspired him during his 8-month stay in South American towns such as Lima, Peru within the iconic Centre of Lima. Walking around the dark mysterious streetlife, with its cacophony of punk rockers, brought him to...Read Full Story
As a native of Peru, Sergio graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2002 and immediately began developing and creating his own menswear line based on a vision for how he wanted to dress. In 2008, he became the first Peruvian designer to present at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week event at Bryant Park. Since then he has continued to produce consistent and modern collections for both men and women that the media and buyers rave about. In 2010, he became the first Peruvian...Read Full Story
February 9, 2013 |
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Posted by: YuuiVision
For this Peruvian designer, the inspiration can take him anywhere. He moved to the historical center of Lima and lived 8 months of his life in a Victorian apartment for this collection. Sergio Davila’s fall winter collection was inspired by dark historical old South American cities, and also by the electric art of the Concept Artist Alvaro Feliu.
A Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week regular showed his women’s and...Read Full Story
For his Fall/Winter 2013/14 collection, Sergio Davila was inspired by historical, dark and foggy old South American cities like Lima, Peru. He moved to the historical Centre of Lima – near to Plaza San Martin and Chinatown – and lived in a Victorian apartment for 8 months to create this collection.During one of his nights out, Sergio met Concept Artist Alvaro Feliu: Alvaro’s vanguardist and eclectic art served as inspiration for Sergio. Additionally, Sergo used the distinguished Peruvian dog...Read Full Story
Rugged, bespoke, tailoring. Sergio Davila's fall 2013 collection had vintage color palette and a bit Steampunk thrown in. The collection looked great for both men and women. The constructed silhouettes were clearly inspire by the silhouettes of years past, but given an update for today.
Leather, wool, artisan cottons and brass hardware were the materials of choice. Brown, grey, black and maroon gave the collection a warm, elegant look. Davila's talent was recognized early, winning...Read Full Story