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Greek designer Sophia Kokosolaki to bid adieu to Diesel
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Aug '12
Ms. Sophia Kokosolaki
Ms. Sophia Kokosolaki
Sophia Kokosolaki, the Greece-born designer, is leaving the Italian luxurious clothing company ‘Diesel’ after her three year stint as a creative director for the company’s upscale denim brand Diesel Black Gold or DBG.
 
The designer has been giving her significant and novel contribution to the premium stand-alone label since June 2009. Because of her creative direction and vision, the line has become a reference point for media and fashion enthusiasts in the modern fashion segment. 
 
Through her out-of-the-box creativity Sophia has given a dark and romantic edge to the brand’s catwalk range and turned her stylish creations into an essential part of the New York Fashion Week schedules. The designer's final collection for the brand will be showcased at NYC Fashion Week in September this year. 
 
Along with her creative role at DBG, the designer also has her own eponymous label, which recently showcased in the Autumn/Winter 2012-13 collection in Paris. Additionally, her off-shoot bridal range is available on Net-A-Porter.
 
In the beginning of this year, Sophia designed an ethically aware collection ‘Kore’ for ASOS.com. The talented designer commands an enviable fan base that includes celebrities like Alexa Chung, Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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