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Giorgi Rostiashvili on inspirations and sustainability

Giorgi Rostiashvili emphasizes high quality in clothes. His latest collection is carefully made to last.

How would you describe the inspiration for the spring 2016 collection to your best friend?
– I am going to present a collection based on an idea of a closed country opening to the world in 90’s. A tribute to the first generation of girls that took steps towards a new era that was about to come.

Photos by Pauline Suzor for Rodeo.net

Is there any specific part of the collection that you would like to uphold regarding its sustainability?
– I would say quality. Both techniques and materials used in this collection are made to last.

How do you think sustainability in fashion will evolve within the nearest future?
– I hope people will invest resources in clothes made by high quality and time to take care of them.


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Manola: Det e4r se5 skf6nt att rensa! Man ke4nner sig alldeles ren eftere5t. Ne4r jag fldttaye till Sthlm rensade jag ut tve5 och en halv SOPSc4CKAR med kle4der, ve4skor och skor (e5ngrar lite i efterhand att jag ske4nkte bort allt och inte se5lde det, speciellt ne4r jag blev arbetslf6s, hehe) och nu ne4r jag fldttaye till d6rebro rensade jag ut en stor IKEA-kasse. Mina ve4nner gick loss i den innan jag gav den till Rf6da Korset. Ke4nns bra att fe5 det snyggt och dessutom gf6ra en god ge4rning! Ska kolla din auktion, kanske ne5got ff6r mig? Kram och trevlig helg
September 17, 2015

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