The collection is based on countering urban clothing with the village and traditional costumes of Donji Miholjac (town in the region of Slavonia, Croatia). The contrast occurs at the beginning of the study of the author's life growing up in the city and in the countryside. Imaging materials used in the presentation draws from family photos of his father and grandmother that have occurred in their home village of Donji Miholjac.
The collection is clearly visible only opposition in the clothing and ways of implementation alone. To avoid gender differences collection is based on unisex clothing.
From urban clothing collection it takes out the H cut, pants ironing '' on the line '' and an achromatic color palette.
While from the photos and the costumes we have taken the knitwear and the way it’s made, while the skirt and pants are dyed with a palette that consist of beige, red and blue.
The contrast of urban and rural came to the spotlight after certain parts of the clothing are mixed. So we have the example of a bell skirt consisting of three full rounds, pants that are too long and too wide and only when they bind receive exuberance. Such display of clothing collection is attributable to an additional humorous.
It is also through the collection snaking two samples that came from the original folk costumes of Miholjac and the manner of performance loses its decorative role and becomes functional. One such ridiculous but also highly functional sample is located on the pants in the form of ventilation holes in the crotch area on the front and back sides. While on the back of the coats there are press (Drucker) which gives them their multi-functionality and the ability to change the silhouette.