Creative director Bruno Frisoni took inspiration from Central Asia and its bazaars, deploying rich colors and materials including calf hair, Mongolian lamb and metallic leathers. The latter was used on a rendition of the new Virgule2 square-toed booties and Prismic handbags, while sequins, lamé fabrics, silks and diamanté details decorated evening accessories.


Frisoni introduced the Inès bag, a flap-fronted style “with a laid-back attitude,” he said, inspired by Vivier muse Inès de la Fressange. Ornate versions came in embroidered suede or fur.

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