Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
10 March 2016
3 March 2016
At Fausto Puglisi, something grungy and metropolitan amidst the usual flood of nip-waisted mini-dresses and graphic tailoring.
Alessandro Dell'Acqua's cool girls in smeared make-up and greasy locks furiously raided the catwalk, looking fantastic in haphazard layerings of glorious hand-me-downs.
Alessandro Dell'Acqua's cool girls in smeared make-up and greasy locks furiously raided the catwalk, looking fantastic in haphazard layerings of glorious hand-me-downs
2 March 2016
Massimo Giorgetti revived the athletic heritage of the house with his play of big and body-conscious proportions.
This was a Max Mara collection that, broken in pieces, could actually translate pretty seamlessly into commercial product.
Ennio Capasa’s very own brand of cool — sensual and tailored, never too confrontational — was back on track.
The collection oozed enthusiasm, due in large part to the vibrant clashes of bright reds and pinks.
There was an insouciant ease to Alessandra Facchinetti’s mannish girls in leather pants.
Giambattista Valli mined 1980s Downtown New York showing a proliferation of tutus and leather caps.
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