Darius Wobil was preconditioned to become a fashion designer at a young age. With his mother who used to sew for Oscar de la Renta, and an aunt who modeled briefly in Paris during the 1970’s, he boasts that he could thread a sewing machine by the age of 8. Sometimes referred to as “Atlanta’s Valentino,” his line (Saint Wobil) exemplifies American and European modern style. His pieces include beautiful flowing gowns for women, and well-tailored pieces for men. We are sure to be wowed by Saint Wobil’s designs during Africa Fashion Week (New York).
Source: Vogue Italia
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