When Tamara Radivojević returned from London to Belgrade as a St. Martins graduate and opened her showroom in Dorćol, the bar was immediately raised for local designer shops. Her strong and recognizable aesthetics was apparent in every detail of the simple and modern interior with plain grey concrete floors, as well as in every delicate bit and piece she hung on the clothes racks.
I’d say she is most recognizable by her impeccably constructed blazers, dresses and pants, made of high quality fabrics, mostly silk and leather, with special craftsmanship in often asymmetric detailing.
In spite of the very detailed and precise finishing, her line is oozing with a relaxed, nonchalant vibe. It is all very wearable, but still some of her pieces I’d just like to own as objects meant for pure aesthetic pleasure. And, as it happens, these contradictions just make Tamara’s line even more exciting.