Over the years, Boris Bidjan Saberi’s work has become a high-end luxury brand, reflecting his personal and experimental vision of artisanal clothing.
Saberi launched its namesake brand and established its workshop in Monistrol, a place that fully represents its complex philosophy. In this characteristic city located in the mountain valley of Montserrat, the designer installed his first headquarters, which he later transferred to the Poblenou district in Barcelona. Both industrial archeology workshops represent geographical exemplifications of a secular spirituality. In them, Boris develops the contours of his metropolitan religion, as well as the strength of his contemporary warriors.
After the creation of the brand, Boris Bidjan Saberi began to participate in the official calendar of the Paris Fashion Week, where he currently presents his collections. Citing street and skateboarding culture as one of its main influences, the brand obtained distinctive attention for its functional qualities, while maintaining a strong connection with urban roots.
Saberi develops a peculiar textile language through the celebration of its innate heritage between the cultures of Europe and the Middle East. This makes it the outbreak of an instinctive primitivism, which fuses raw materials and precise clothing.
The designer’s aesthetics has always focused mainly on the human body, which must be empowered and protected by additional armor. From Saberi’s perspective, floating and rigid geometric shapes blend to reshape the human silhouette in a unstructured style.
Saberi’s compositional climate includes layered fabrics and avant-garde cuts expressed by a monochromatic color palette. Organic materials such as leather, felt and cotton coexist with inorganic elements such as vinyl and tar.
Made with the highest degree of experimentation, Boris Bidjan Saberi garments are processed using innovative techniques, which gives an authentic touch to your design. The transparent leather dyed with blood remains among its most exclusive creations.
The primary elements are combined with cuts and distinctive shapes to create elaborate garments, which become real forms of life experience.