Beradze

Biography

Tamuna Beradze is a young designer who has graduated from Instituto Marangoni (Paris) in 2015, where she was nominated as one of the best students of her coarse and participated in Marangoni Fashion Show “Warrior”. Already then her collection was well noticed and got a positive feedback by fashion reviewers. Before Marangoni, Tamuna took a foundation course in CSVPA in Cambridge. Tamuna took several internships during her studies in London and Paris, among them for the well know brand TataNaka, and others. Upon return to Georgia Tamuna created her first collection under the brand Tamuna Beradze, that was presented at Tbilisi Fashion Week and was featured in a number of well know magazines like Vogue and Harpers Bazar.

After, the designer decided to enrich her experience in the area and started to work for one of the biggest local manufacturers Materiel, as a designer for their line of contemporary clothing Dots.

As of Spring 2018 Tamuna decided to continue development of her own brand and presented a capsule collection at Mercedez Benz Fashion Week in Tbilisi, in frame of showroom.

Tamuna is a young and talented designer with a high potential, her collections always attract attention of fashion reviewers and raise interest in consumers. 

 

About the brand

Beradze is a newly established Georgian brand based in Tbilisi and founded by young Georgian designer Tamuna Beradze, a graduate of Paris Istituto Maragoni. The brand has presented two collections in Tbilisi Fashion Week and Mercedez Benz Fashion Week, the latter in frame of showroom. Both collections were very well accepted by fashion critics and fashion lovers and were featured in all well-known fashion magazines, like Vogue, Harpers Bazar, Elle, etc.

Even though the brand is relatively young it has its own signature, you can easily distinguish it from others. The colors, the geometric forms and asymmetric design, all gives the garments made by Beradze it’s unique touch, that makes it so attracting for everyone.

 

 

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