The 2015/2016 A/W collection has been inspired by landscapes. Landscapes depicting snowy capped mountain peaks, views of pristine nature and flower branches appear on sublimation printing in softly whispered colors. The collection also depicts contrasting urban landscapes and shiny skylines, as well as viewpoints of cities to be explored.
The colors carry the soft hues and shades of nature– beige, oat, vermilion – or sea and sky color palettes – sky blue, cornflower blue, Persian blue, like the shades appearing in paintings of the nineteenth century as well as in clear winter days. Fashion photography and art have been intertwined in a cheerful style of great power and as homage to the beauty of planet earth.
Prints: what a passion! The Monnalisa Line (ages 2-12) brightens warm cornflower blue or pastel pink bouclés with all over rhinestones, matching them to prints depicting flowered vases. Venetian red and midnight blu for the maxistripes on taffeta or on tulle embroidered with threads of glacé wool easy to matched to any cardigan. Chanel fabric has been reproduced on nylon padded jackets with a suprising wool-like effect. The viscose jersey dresses come in elaborate strips that have been cut and then pleated. Impeccable woollen coats hide a long padded nylon coat, tone-on-tone, for a doube use and show dresses of flanel and damask-like neoprene.