Born in 1987 - Belgium
Doriane van Overeem is a Belgian fashion designer born in 1987 in Belgium. Passionate about fashion since her early childhood, Doriane studied at La Cambre Mode in 2007 and did in parallel several internships abroad with great creators such as Bernhard Willhelm, Meadham Kirchhoff or Manish Arora. In 2013, just out of school, Doriane decides to launch her own brand of clothing.
She creates a baroque world, sometimes punk but always sparkling, privileging frank and uninhibited colors when designing a garment or when drawing. Her first collection "Fatherfucker's Queen" was inspired by the royal codes: gildings, crowns, and other vivid prints. In her new SS15 collection, "The Way To Say No", she continues to say no to the dark and sad colors, combining color combinations with fluid clothing with intense colors, asymmetric cuts, refined materials and offbeat prints that put Value the woman.
Besides fashion, Doriane is a committed woman who wants to reflect on the image of the modern woman in the world. A vision that seems to appreciate the stars like American singer Ciara, proudly carrying one of the flagship pieces of her first collection, a sweater "fluffy" pink in mohair with the particular cuts.
Her work has been exhibited in Galeries Lafayette and in New York shops, she has, since the end of her studies, succeeded in establishing herself as one of the young rising brands of the fashion scene.
• Exposition de sa collection Dans la « Zone des Lauréats », aux Galeries Lafayette, Paris, 2013
• Diplômée de La Cambre Mode 2013
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