In her debut fall-winter 2019/20 collection, Natia Gvenetadze explores the first Georgian alphabet asomtavruli. The main accent of the season is the print - a kind of allegory of connection generations. The letters of the ancient alphabet seem to appear from the void, flying to us from a distant of the past. Hovering in the space of time, they are about to form words and we will hear the distant the voice of the ancestors. Natia wanted to capture the moment before the formation of the word, to convey an exciting feeling of anticipation.
In the ASOMATAV collection of the fall-winter 2019/20 season, women's business suit becomes looser - a voluminous jacket with elongated shoulders is complemented by high-waisted trousers. Fitted midi A-line dresses, with an emphasis on the intricate shape of the sleeves, look like a new interpretation of the traditional Georgian women's costume, while maintaining the general tone of the collection, in which the the strength of character and femininity of the 1990s.
Oversized jacket paired with knee-length suit shorts and bright satin blouses
refer us to the iconic image of the 90s - the heroine of Julia Roberts from the movie "Pretty Woman". In his a queue of eco-leather trousers at a high waist in combination with a satin blouse with increased shoulders adding a touch of post-punk. One of the distinguishing features of the collection is the lining with a scatter print letters from the ancient Georgian alphabet Asomtavruli.