New collection of Tomcsányi recalls the retro atmosphere of Metro line 3
Posted by Budnews · Oct 29, 2018

The autumn collection evokes the color of the retro enamel elements of the “blue” metro stations.

Although metro line M3 is under reconstruction now, we don’t have to worry about losing the iconic design of the station. Not the city administration decided that everything remains the old, but the famous Hungarian designer, Dóri Tomcsányi designed a collection inspired by the metro.

This season TOMCSANYI draws its reminiscent yet minimalist inspiration from Budapest’s Metro 3 line, known for an undoubtedly inherent nostalgic feeling. The brand's signature prints, this season a crowd print and an escalator print recall the mysterious feels of traveling the busy city by metro. Blouses evokes the color scheme of the enamels visible on the walls of the stops. The main emphasis is on the comfort again, with a pinch of sexy, intellectual elegance, offering the perfect attire day to night. The names of clothes are also made up of memories of the past after the names of stops. For example, there is a wool coat named Planetarium (after Népliget metro station).

The main materials of the collection are soft, white and dark blue vegan leather, the bloomy, mustard and graphite cupro, nightly blue, heavy silk-like viscose, and azure blue and jade virgin wool.

The collection is available in The Garden Studio and online.

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