HARYONO SETIADI is a Sydney based fashion designer synonymous for his meditative exploration of precision tailoring, innovative fabrication treatments and unprecedented inventiveness. Earning widespread international acclaim after debuting Australia’s first 3D printed collection in A/W 2011; Haryono has ridden the crest of an ever-increasing wave of critical and commercial success, including winning the 2011 Chambord Shine Awards, the DHL Fashion Export Scholarship in 2012 and garnering an enviable roster of high profile cliental that includes Sofia Coppola. In May 2012, under its former nomenclature, Haryono made his Australian Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week debut in an Individual Collection Show. Titled ‘Visions of Symetry’ the collection was further exploration of digital prints, and incorporated masterful sport-luxe elements and received glowing reviews, cementing Haryono’s position with local and international media as the ‘One to Watch.' At the beginning of 2013, HARYONO SETIADI launched his highly anticipated A/W collection titled ‘Principle of Perception.' The collection was immediately purchased by international luxury e-tailer MODA OPERANDI, expanding the label’s current international distribution strategy. At Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week in April 2013, HARYONO SETIADI presented an impeccable Summer 13 – 14 collection, entitled ‘Visceral’, in his second individual Collection Show. The collection was featured on Style.com. To support his main line collections, Haryono has created a diffusion line entitled ‘A.D. by Haryono Setiadi’, focussing on a younger demographic with Haryono’s trademark tailoring and quality. HARYONO SETIADI was a regional finalist in the 2013 International Woolmark Prize. For SS14/15 Haryono draws his inspiration from the abundance of natural form that surround the Australian coastline. The collection is a diaphanous celebration of his ubiquitous signatures, tailoring and fabric manipulation and will be juxtaposed by the delicate art of embroidery and drapery. The conceptual development of his vibrant colour palette was derived from a modernist architetuluar movement in Cartagena Spain. Unashamably a modernist, SS14/15 finds Haryono Setiadi looking homeward with a refined collection that celebrates strong, independent women, most notably his Jakarta-based sisters

HARYONO SETIADI: Runway Video SS15/16
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