Live long, Prosper Center

Meet the hottest experimental leisure wear brand, straight from the heart of Eastern Europe.

Prosper Center, a fashion label founded by Andrei Dinu, takes its inspiration from Eastern European street style culture and combines it with global influences. Albeit being all produced locally in Romania, the brand has a lot of ambition to extend its reach beyond the borders of its home country. Since 2014, it mainly focuses on re-creating and innovating sportswear, lending it pompous, fashionista vibes through multicolored decorations and interesting details. The collections often focus on exploration of topics as future, technology, post-Soviet heritage, and problems our modern society faces.

Prosper Center’s SS18 collection presents streetwear with a twist; adding hints of theatrical features to comfortable, sporty clothing fit for everyday wearing. Shiny velours, colorful embroidery, carefully placed slits held together by an abundance of buttons, turning decoration into function. With its cross-stitched 500 euro bills and sci-fi applications, the line provides a clever commentary on reality and fiction, present and past. Take an exclusive sneak peek of the collection as showed during Mercedes Benz Kiev Fashion Days below.

 

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Text: Anna Wim

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