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Who's who / 11 Apr 2018 / RDW team
  • SABINA GEORGESCU2018 // Gardens
  • SABINA GEORGESCU2018 // Gardens
  • SABINA GEORGESCU2018 // Gardens
  • SABINA GEORGESCU2018 // Gardens
  • SABINA GEORGESCU2018 // Gardens
Sabina Georgescu has a MA at the University of Arts, Bucharest, Fashion Design Department. Her brand SABINNE was launched in 2015.

She is a fresh Romanian designer inspired by architectural, geometrical shapes, that she balances with feminine or floral features. She often works with unconventional fabrics and bravely uses vibrant colors and edgy contrasts.


2018 // Gardens
The personal goal of the designer was to create 3D effects by fabric manipulation and work with atypical fabrics, such as hard wire. The designer's vision was to evoke the neatly cut bushes in French Palace Gardens and recreate the vines and flowers of rose bushes. All in all, the pieces had to be multifaceted, multifunctional, practical and fresh.

A special attention was given to the headpieces: they had to be big, out of the box and could turn into some other object of aesthetic or practical use. For example, in the case of the outfit with the oversized rose on the shoulder, the idea was to create a hood that could also be a shawl, if placed in front, or a cape, if placed in the back. The wire imitates real vines with thorns and leaves and can be twisted and turned to alter its shape and create different looks.

This outfit has a wire skeleton attached to the back of the blue coat and at the seam down below, in order to achieve the same multifunctional aspect.