Ebru by ARMAGGAN
Inscribed in 2014 on the representative list of the “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity”, Turkish art of marbling reknown as “ebru” is the traditional Turkish art of creating colourful patterns by sprinkling and brushing colour pigments on to a pan of oily water and then transferring the patters to paper. In collaboration with ebru artist Ebru Uygun, ARMAGGAN has created a brand new collectio, EBRU by ARMAGGAN, combining the unique patterns of the artist with a collection of romantic designs where the patterns are transformed into sophisticated dresses and scarves made of 100% silk and 100% wool fabrics.
ARMAGGAN & Bora Aksu
Bora Aksu, the winner of “The Most Successful Young Fashion Designer” award in London Fashion week, designed an exclusive line for ARMAGGAN.
Bora Aksu Limited Edition Collection
The collection, currently on display at ARMAGGAN Nuruosmaniye Store and Nişantaşı Showroom, consists of 40 romantic and elegant pieces with a touch of naivity. The collection, with an emphasis on pinks and greys, consists of jackets, trousers, flary dresses and silk blouses made from traditional embroidery, traditional hand painted fabrics and silk fabrics that are produced in the ARMAGGAN ateliers with handsewing techniques.
ARMAGGAN & Dilek Hanif
Dilek Hanif, presented 2013 Spring-Summer Collection to the fashion audience during Paris Couture Week.
Hanif designed the collection in collaboration with ARMAGGAN with exclusive woven fabrics, was exhibited at Paris Hotel Crillon on January 22, 2013.
The collection, bringing together Ottoman and Seljuk patterns with modern lines using naturally dyed fabrics, flourished thanks to its use of “Kemha”, the fabric that is considered one of the most valuable examples of 16th century Ottoman art and reproduction of which is only done by ARMAGGAN.