Press and Editorial Features
We live in a visual world. I feel so lucky that what i create is so widely used for so many magazines and visual projects form music to film to artistic expressions. Here I try to update regularly where my designs appear.
Absolutely. Sustainability is probably the greatest challenge facing all designers and creators right now. I have always strived to create pieces which people would desire and love, and want to re-wear, reuse and even exhibit. When you have an emotional attachment, you look after your possessions and they last. Trying to design longevity into a piece is probably not a very good business practice, but it’s important to me. Limiting waste in the production process is also hugely important to me. To date, I have kept all offcuts to reuse differently later on – perhaps as sculpture or furniture. Lately, I have also designed pieces that fit perfectly within the collection and use up the majority of offcuts – launching soon. I am now working with the material manufacturer who can recycle back to the raw material, which is comforting and necessary for all our futures. Some may have noticed that I reuse older damaged pieces to reimagine new shapes, which started with my headpieces in collection V.
Sometimes samples would come back damaged from editorial shoots because of the shipping process or people not caring enough about the labour, time, cost and materials that go into the creation of every piece. Of course, this hurts me very much, but I realised as they were no longer perfect if I re-shape them into completely new pieces they could live on. One of my favourites started as a dress and became a headpiece. This way of thinking followed through now with the ‘Onna-Bugeisha” collection. Recently, I decided to source garments in bulk from mainstream retail to prevent high-street overstock from being burnt and wastefully disposed of. These will become custom one-off pieces, reimagined in my silhouettes and available as part of the new collection. I hope this will allow me peace of mind and hopefully inspire others to do the same.
So much L❤️VE for Lady Gaga for wearing a Jivomir Domoustchiev custom Multi Ring Chain Harness dress in her ' Rain On Me ' Music video featuring Ariana Grande . Dream come true.
This video is styled by the wonderful Marta Del Rio with creative director Nicola Formichetti
The dress was commissioned by Lady Gaga's stylist miss Marta Del Rio for this project and looks just perfect in the video....
L'Officiel Au magazine march issue featuring Jivomir Domoustchiev. Love these stunning images shot on location in New York for the latest issue. Showing the all new multi ring harness shown in gold tone finish over solid red and available in the colours of your choice modelled by the incredible Gwen Van Meir Also the black multi ring multi chain harness dress available to special order.
Styling: Gloria Johnson
Photography: Tatiphon Khunon
Modle: Gwen Van Meir
HAIR: David Kemp
MAKEUP: Judy Chung
Stunning images for the new issue of L'Officiel Baltics Featuring the Jivomir Domoustchiev 'Eagle Head' Spirit Animal Headpiece also Transparent vegan vinyl sculpture jacket. Styling by Susanne Marx Photography Alexander Schier Model Suyu Huang
View full feature www.lofficielbaltics.com/editorials/ieroglif
Ashnikko at The Brit Awards with the Jivomir Domoustchiev custom clear blue studded 'The Secret' Bag
Ashnikko recording artist at The Brit Awards with the Jivomir Domoustchiev custom clear blue studded 'The Secret' miniature purse bag. Now available in fully studded to order. email@example.com for details. Available in a variety of stunning collectible colours as always.