Sumptuous is a perfect fit for Trianon, Stefan Djokovich's recently presented haute couture collection for A/W 20222/23 season.
Trianon: The Concept
The multi-talented Serbian designer did not draw his inspiration from an average place! For his latest collection showcased at the Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week, Trianon, Djokovic has been inspired by the gardens of Versailles, back in the golden era, back in the days of the magnificence of the sumptuous feasts celebrated by the king. Stefan Djokovich introduces us to a collection where each look has been designed as a surprise, like a walk that would make us discover the multi-faceted world of the royal gardens.
About The Collection
A collection for a queen. Stefan Djokovic chooses a palette of delicate fabrics: silk (muslin, duchess satin silk, lame), organza, and embroidery on tulle. The colour palette mimics the colours of the night: black with silver, gunmetal silver, dark metallic blue and the transition to light blue, light blue and pink, light pink, and old gold, to finish with a royal wedding dress.
In line with the source of inspiration, the cuts are mostly corseted dresses, full-length ball gowns populated with ruffles, feathers, embroidery with floral and nature-inspired details, and fitted fully embroidered dresses.
The highlights of the collection are surely the handmade silk roses and branches with silver foil details and crystal details done in the Serbian atelier of Stefan Djokovic. The light pink feather dress is a work of pure dedication: made with 3000 handmade feathers stitched one by one to create this flowing movement.
Trianon is a journey into a small world made of groves, fountains, columns, and statues, it is the light of the Sun King radiating a thousand lights from ballets and songs, with the sole purpose of the beauty of art.
The designer, piano player and tenor Stefan Djokovich has created another musical collection and elevated silk to higher levels.