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Silent Damir Doma has taken over the Mexico showroom for a temporary boutique at 22 Howard Street. The pop-up should be pretty hard to miss once you're there, since the glass facade is covered in hand-painted stripes, and the entire space has been "transformed by the brushstrokes of African body painting, inspired by the Ethiopian traditions of 'donga' ceremonial stick fighting." Also, there's a sign out front in the same pattern, just in case.
If you're not familiar with the line, Silent Damir Doma is the offshoot collection from the Paris-based brand and designer Damir Doma. Inside the boutique, you'll find the spring 2012 men's, women's, and accessories offerings stocked next to large-scale collection images from photographer Syville Walter. Take a peek through the gallery above for a look at what to expect, and if you like what you see, swing by before it disappears on May 5th.
· Silent Damir Doma Temporary NYC Boutique [Mexico]
· Silent Damir Doma [Damir Doma]