The Fashion Atlas is always looking for emerging designers and young talents to be discovered.
To enrich our atlas of fashion, we flew in Georgia, in Tbilisi, at theTbilisi Fashion Week 2016.

A city with a unique charm, which has literally conquered us with its monuments and its fashion.
From May 5 to May 9 we have seen several young talents walk the catwalk and we have selected 5 of them for you.

Born in 2005 as Kikala Studio, a photography studio, Atelier Kikala makes its debut into the fashion world in 2012. It stood out for its style right away and conquered various personalities from the entertainment world, such as the Australian singer Iggy Azalea.

The clothes and accessories of the new collection FW 2016/2017 Atelier Kikala come from the fusion between present and past. The Creative Director Lado Boukuchava, in fact, offers a creative collection, classical and contemporary for the new season.  

Minimalist and urban. We can describe Litkovskaya with these two words. This Ukrainian brand is characterized by its sophisticated suits and the meticulous attention to details.

For the FW2016/2017 shown at Tbilisi Fashion Week  the designer Lilia Litkovskaya stayed true to the philosophy of breaking stereotypes and the collection stands out for its concept of modern dress: her meticulous work of fabrics amazes, from the jacquard double face to the tanned horse.

Based in Kiev (Ukraine), the brand of the designer Svetlana Bevza is already quite known inItaly: in 2011 she was a guest at the White in Milan, in 2013 and in 2014 at Pitti Immagine Bevza’s was one of the new brands selected by Vogue Talents.

For the FW2016/2017 Bevza offers us elegant clothes with a minimalist touch for a strong, modern and self-confident woman.

Lalo Cardigans is a Georgian brand closely tied to the traditions of its country, from which it draws great inspiration. Even for the season FW2016/2017  the designers Lalo Dolidze and Nino Dolidze present anoteworthy a collection, where past and present come together perfectly.

The leaders exalt the Georgian tradition of knitwear, highlighting a technique of embroidery and processing the materials typical of Georgia.

After graduating in 2011 from Esmod Paris International Fashion University, the young designer Tamuna Ingorokva immediately won the audience for her dynamic and innovative style.

The FW2016/2017 collection presented at Tbilisi Fashion Week is focused on leather, used in different ways: in the form of jumpsuits and shrugs.
The minimalist style that characterizes it blends well with soft and lit tones like the all-black glossy effect, ivory and red fire.