Article courtesy of modacycle.com
Story and photos by Darrah Leffler
French-Armenian New Yorker Loris Diran shows a classic sense of style in his Fall/Winter 2009/2010 "Armor" collection.
With his evident "Luxury as a lifestyle" concepts, Diran’s "Armor" designs seriously suit up the wearer for just that. In both his men’s and women’s designs, which he folds into a single show, Diran does not play to the fears of the fashion or politically meek, using combinations of tweeds, lambskin, angora, fur, and a slim classically "chic" outline for the entire collection.
This collection includes such instant favorites as the Cashmere Tee and Tweed Corsets while putting together looks that easily allow the use of such phrases as "Bolero Jacket" and "Samurai Pant" in the same sentence. A combination of deep tones and neutral shades along with natural fibers and materials for these designs make these sleek looks eminently wearable in the long-term.
Though subdued for a nod to Couture, the Loris Diran Fall/Winter 2009/2010 "Armor" collection is undeniably eye-catching.