Fall/Winter 2016 Collection
An engagement of sophistication and ease. Formal wear and casual dressing create proportions and define a fresh, feminine and edgy silhouette.
The A/W ’16 season brings a new dimension to knitwear. Tied up maxi dresses and easy cardigan shapes add a relaxed twist to slim fitting pants, leggings and skirts. Layering is used as a statement about urban wear, an interplay of volumes. Attached pockets create three-dimensionality on tops and dresses, adding a feminine touch to the silhouette and creating dynamism.
Fabrics consist of gazar, vintage satin, bonded bouclé, textured wool. The color palette is dominated by neutrals, such as grey, ivory, white, black and navy with interventions of big pois and triangle jacquard colored prints. The fluidity of coats and jackets, impeccably crafted, create a flawless silhouette.
Dresses are combined with coats and trousers, adding a rebellious tone to the sober elegance. Belts animate the waist and create gentle movement whilst underlining the architectural approach. Cross-body bags are worn as gadgets over dresses and under knitwear. Black and white pointed toe lace-ups give strength to the ready-to-wear silhouettes.
Here are our favorite looks: