About Doma Antikvariāts

While I was pretty young in the ’90s, there’s no doubting the effect that the decade had on me in terms of fashion. Saturday 
mornings were always reserved for thumbing through the latest issues of Vogue with Mom, tearing out Levi’s ads and pages shot 
by Arthur Elgort and pinning them to a mood board in my room (this was long before the days of Pinterest, everyone). Trends like 
the popular grunge movement didn’t really grab me, but I was all about minimalism and clean silhouettes that were hallmarks of
that time.



The Story Of A Family

While I was pretty young in the ’90s, there’s no doubting the effect that the decade had on me in terms of fashion. Saturday
mornings were always reserved for thumbing through the latest issues of Vogue with Mom, tearing out Levi’s ads and pages shot 

by Arthur Elgort and pinning them to a mood board in my room (this was long before the days of Pinterest, everyone). Trends like
the popular grunge movement didn’t really grab me, but I was all about minimalism and clean silhouettes that were hallmarks of
that time I was pretty young in the ’90s, there’s no doubting the effect that the decade had on me in terms of fashion. Saturday
mornings were always reserved for thumbing through the latest issues of Vogue with Mom, tearing out Levi’s ads and pages shot
by Arthur Elgort and pinning them to a mood board in my room (this was long before the days of Pinterest, everyone). Trends like
the popular grunge movement didn’t really grab me, but I was all about minimalism and clean silhouettes that were hallmarks of
that time.

While I was pretty young in the ’90s, there’s no doubting the effect that the decade had on me in terms of fashion. Saturday
mornings were always reserved for thumbing through the latest issues of Vogue with Mom, tearing out Levi’s ads and pages shot
by Arthur Elgort and pinning them to a mood board in my room (this was long before the days of Pinterest, everyone). Trends like
the popular grunge movement didn’t really grab me, but I was all about minimalism and clean silhouettes that were hallmarks of
that time.



Conservative Values
With A Modern Touch

While I was pretty young in the ’90s, there’s no doubting the effect that the decade had on me in terms of fashion. Saturday 
mornings were always reserved for thumbing through the latest issues of Vogue with Mom, tearing out Levi’s ads and pages shot 

by Arthur Elgort and pinning them to a mood board in my room (this was long before the days of Pinterest, everyone). Trends like 
the popular grunge movement didn’t really grab me, but I was all about minimalism and clean silhouettes that were hallmarks of
that time I was pretty young in the ’90s, there’s no doubting the effect that the decade had on me in terms of fashion. Saturday 
mornings were always reserved for thumbing through the latest issues of Vogue with Mom, tearing out Levi’s ads and pages shot 
by Arthur Elgort and pinning them to a mood board in my room (this was long before the days of Pinterest, everyone). Trends like 
the popular grunge movement didn’t really grab me, but I was all about minimalism and clean silhouettes that were hallmarks of
that time.