Roshi Porkar was born and raised in Vienna where she studied fashion at the University of Applied Arts under the guidance of Véronique Branquinho and Bernhard Willhelm.
She has worked for stylist Karl Templer in New York and for Lanvin in Paris. In April 2014 she participated at the 29th edition of the International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères where she won the Chloé Prize.
Her current collection is based on the silhouettes and proportions of a series of ancient little female statuettes of stone known as the “Bactrian Princesses“.
For this women’s wear collection she experiments with feminine shapes and volumes using unusual fabric combinations to create a look between the reinvented past and the retro future.
Courtesy of MBFW Berlin