An unexpected beauty to consider against a backdrop of classical tropes which have inspired us over the years, redefining them in a more fluid and inclusive manner. The workplace is a catwalk where the look can be appraised though not at the expense of the spirit of integration – not a matter of being outside the group, but rather strengthening it instead.
The clothing is brightly coloured: pink, light blue and ochre veering into darker waters with reds, dark blue and orange. Yet, the shapes are soft, evoking supreme comfort while extolling femininity 2.0: perfectly highlighting elegance without the need for suggestiveness.
Hair takes on a major role in this style, not imposing itself, rather emphasising a desire to experiment that is somewhat pronounced. Icy blonde roots mean pastels can flow through; delicate baby lavenders and peachy pinks; more intense browns to create an interplay with the light and provide harmony to the lines. Autumn/winter has just headed to the tropics, just like one of the looks in the collection. The styling is softly done to emphasise the healthiness of the hair. By contrast, the wet look is a tearaway – with a slamming mood which is anything but timid.
Creative director Mauro Galzignato
Hairstylists Pierre Baltieri, Antonio Candido, Davide Carlucci, Elisa Franco, Diego Comandulli, Riccardo Rogari, Edoardo Ribaudo
Photographer Omar Macchiavelli / Aura Photo Agency
Backstage Mark David Alunni
Styling & Trend Research Alessia Caliendo
Editor in chief Alessandro Di Giacomo
Art director consultant & Fashion producer Asso Creative Studio
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