Nadir Maut is a Milan based brand under the creative direction and founder of Svetlana Schmidt Bonelli.
After a master degree in architecture and several experience in Milan architecture firm, she started her own artistic career getting great art critics feedback from exhibitions at Mia Photo Fair and Celeste Prize.
In 2012 Svetlana opened the gallery Orsorama, an avant-garde space for art and fashion, a platform for creative projects showcasing cutting-edge artist and top-notch project like the label NADIR MAUT and his techno gipsy concept.
In 2017 brand NADIR MAUT participated tailoring competition of the Salon of Excellence during Pitti Uomo in Florence is one of the most anticipated fashion events at national level. It immediately found its following with the fashion elite, creating a new point of reference in flattering, feminine and stylish kaftans.
In Italy and abroad, the label receives extensive editorial coverage and has graced the pages of magazines including: Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Elle, Glamour, and Marie Claire.
The brand is inspired by surreal drawings and the resulting clothes are decorated with floral and geometric prints combined with icons and contemporary themes, bright colors and a clear boost to the cultural mix. Long dresses and caftans play with sophisticated and rich “psyprints” that draw define a new tribalism: the unique style is reflected a rigorous and hieratic collections.
Here Pop Caftans and silk Tunics live together: the secret is visual imagination out of common and a lot of irony in the mix geometries, lines and traditional embroidery of Middle East, Western influences and graphic elements of the Far East. Everything is a remix of a remix of a Remix: from an eastern spirit and bohosoul, there is the inclusion of opposites, the council of contrasts, past and future, luxury and street, west and east: ideal mix & match for a rtechno glam boho 3.0.The password is ultra-modern syncretism.
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