Damir Doma’s alpine classicism was a relevant point of reference as flurries of fluffy snow fell upon Paris. While his designs are synonymous with a purity of form and an interplay between shadow and light, creating elements of androgyny and a sense of uniform, his latest offering is as suitable for the slopes as it is for the streets.
Doma took cues from past collections—fluid shapes and a solid palette of charcoal, burnt plumb, and navy—and incorporated them into more rigid structures and graphic treatments, like form-fitting ski sweaters and classic wool ski hats. Doma’s newfound modernism afforded him some practicality, too, in the form of reversible macs and slim blazers tucked into crisp trousers with elasticated waistbands. This was a warmly familiar collection from Doma, but with après-ski ambitions.