Fashion designer Dorin Negrau started his activity in Romania in the beginning’s of the 90’s .While studying at the Pharmacy College, he discovered his passion for beauty and fashion and started the Art School studies; this change marked the direction he followed in the coming years.He started attending different fashion events with his collections and it wasn't long before he started seeing success.Dorin Negrau brings flexible solutions for on-the-move women. His designs are suitable for all types of women. He has versatile designs to complement their fast-moving and multi – faceted lifestyles. Negrau'scollections aim for a real woman spirit. He wants women to look their very best but also to be practical and functional at the same time. He knows there's more than just pin-thin runway models.
Negrau's creations have clean cuts and unexpected associations of materials that inspire both woman and the local fashion industry.The presence of his creations in different specialized fairs and exhibitions, Fashion Week shows, have assured the “Dorin Negrau” brand a top place in the current market. His products are included now among high-end women’s ready-to-wear labels.
As a result of this different approach and efforts to present his collections worldwide, his garments/ products can be purchased in different stores in Europe , USA and Asia. Negrau's constant presence in the fashion scene, perseverance, his creative vision and talent has maintained Dorin and his creations in the public’ attention.Products in different stores around the world, a new e-commerce platform, a new perfume and a new clothing line are directions that will begin rolling out with the prelaunch of his website in September. Negrau's collections will continue to balance novelty with everyday practicality as the label grows into a global fashion brand.
“The main theme and thought that I carry with me while I am creating
for a new collection is represented by the way that each creation should
change the the mood as much for the wearer as well as for the public.
I strongly believe that a collection should be overwhelmingly supported
by a philosophy of clothing language and this can easily be seen in the work
of greatest fashion designers.”