Lucian Broscățean

Lucian Broscatean was born in 1985 in Sibiu-Hermannstadt, Romania.
He studied at the Art Highschool in Sibiu and then he graduated from the BA & MA Programs of the Fashion Design Department – University of Art and Design Cluj-Napoca, Romania. During his studies he was an Erasmus student in UK. Now he is teaching as Reader PhD at the Fashion Design Department.
Through the years Lucian has participated, with his fashion/art projects, at various national and international events: Romanian Fashion Week, Mercedes-Benz Berlin Fashion Week, International Fashion Showcase at London Fashion Week, MQ Vienna Fashion Week, and so on. He won several awards including: ‘Special Mention’ at the International Fashion Showcase @ London Fashion Week, Arts of Fashion ‘Wendy Jim and YKK’ Awards at MOMA San Francisco, Beau Monde Magazine’s ‘Crystal Globe’ for Best Romanian Designer, 3 times nominee for ‘ELLE Style Awards Romania’ Best Designer Category, 3rd place in the Fashion Design category in the ‘Top 100 Cool Brands’ made by Forbes Romania.

In 2009 he worked for 4 months at the cutting-edge Viennese label Wendy Jim. Between 2011 and 2017 - Lucian was the Creative Director of Irina Schrotter brand. From the design process to the visual identity of the label, he was in charge of the creative paths, working with Irina Schrotter – the founder and with the technical teams. The commercial line was presented at International Fashion Weeks and Fashion Fairs in Paris, Berlin, Milano, London, New York, Vienna and Shanghai.

In the last two years he has signed the costumes for three theater productions directed by Andrei Măjeri: “Master Manole” after Lucian Blaga at the National Theater in Cluj-Napoca, “Las Meninas” by Ernesto Anaya at the Hungarian Theater in Cluj-Napoca and “Good evening, Mr. Wilde!” at the Jewish Theater in Bucharest.
For all his projects Lucian builds the entire visual discourse around three concepts: relevance, consistency and emotion. Hybrids, geometric volumes, rigurous cuts, different textile surfaces are all used in the pursuit of what could be modern, fresh and new, today.