Born in alternative Germany, Dimitrios Ordoulidis studied fashion design at the Academy of Fashion Design and Communication in Dusseldorf. Having as mentors famous fashion designers such as Dinie Van de Heuvel, Louise Amstrup and Tobias Muksch, he managed to combine the dark aesthetics of Germany with his more sensitive side and capture on paper designs full of contrasts and passion. Memories of the hard life of the ghettos and images of a "street culture" became the designer's trademark.
In 2015, Dimitrios Ordoulidis returned to his roots, participating in the Greek Fashion Week where he won the "Best New Designer" award, having shaken the Greek public with his alternative perspective. At the same time, he teaches at Fashion Pattern and Fashion Design schools, passing on his knowledge to the new generation. A year later and with a vision of a world without labels and stereotypes, he starts his own brand with the aim of leaving his mark on urban fashion, opening his first store in Athens
An aesthetic that reflects his character. A union of different elements, opposite to each other, but at the same time so compatible. Using his pen and drawing inspiration from dark memories, unstable everyday life, passionate love, the now, Dimitrios Ordoulidis designs a different, more modern, freer, more fearless world.
Dimitrios approaches fashion in a different perspective by wanting women and men to look comfortable and minimal yet and elegant at the same time.
DO by Dimitrios Ordoulidis
For a new generation of people who are not afraid to get wrinkled, dirty, try"
The brand DO by Dimitrios Ordoulidis introduces a new concept in the context of Greek fashion. That of freedom. His clothes are not limited by genders, seasons and occasions. The edgy aesthetic is combined with elegance and the minimal designs appeal to a new generation that is not afraid. The brand's philosophy is to design clothes for every moment of the day to be worn by dynamic characters with an identity and a distinct personality.
Vicky Kaya, Genevieve, Yvonne Bosnjak, Elena Galifa, Ramona, Tatiana Stefanidou are just a few of the celebrities who chose to dress in DO aesthetics, while the designer's creations were hosted by iconic showrooms abroad, such as the Fashion designers room by Moris Robinson in New York and Escape Monochrome in Milan.
A dark print with a sexy undertone.
For those who don't follow the rules...
From darkness to absolute light and "Burning flower" with floral prints and vibrant colors that work like a breath of fresh air.
Pret A Porter Deluxe
Originally used in the streets but now popularized by the masses. In a personal reflection on a fashion world in evolution, DO says luxury now isn’t about selling the dream but about creating an emotional response and the feel-good factor it generate
All the patterns and at least part of the garment was made the old fashioned way, by hand.
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