I love love looove the fresh and strong colors.
Worked in vibrant colors, lots of fur and a quite literal rendering of the Forties-through-Seventies-lens silhouette, it was agreat lineup. “I wanted a cinematic allure,” Giannini said.
Karlchen proposed that feminine clothes need not be fussy, that a woman can expose her practical side while skirting the men’s wear influence.
(as the androgynous look is getting more and more important, and as my anthropology teacher B. Bazini would say- cloth have to be more comfortable in order to make the woman equal and give her the possibility to work, run and jump in them)
That practicality surfaced in a foundation of sturdy fabrics, albeit of the most luxe variety — lodens, meltons, the supplest of leathers.