The Italian designer, recently named creative director of luxury label Giada, got a bit tangled up for fall.
— February 28, 2015
Continuing his experimentation with special fabrics for pre-fall, Gabriele Colangelo focused on high-end outerwear.
— January 20, 2015
Colangelo managed to offer unexpected surprises inside the seemingly obvious.
— September 20, 2014
Rigorous and sophisticated, the designer offered a clean, minimal look with an arty touch.
— June 13, 2014
Citing Kazimir Malevich’s “Black Square” and Joachim Bandau’s watercolors in his show notes, the designer made a statement for innovative pattern play.
— February 22, 2014
Informed by Raku, the Japanese form of ceramic, the designer delivered a confident lineup that was captivating for its textural details.
— September 21, 2013
Gabriele Colangelo pursued his fabric experimentation with interesting looks including duster coats in wool fabrics.
— February 22, 2013
Architectural silhouettes — minimalistic with a hint of couture volume — made for a strong foundation.
— February 25, 2012
A conceptual collection inspired by the photo painting of Gerhard Richter.
— September 23, 2011
The designer looked to Italian abstract artist Alberto Burri and his three-dimensional collages in wood, iron and plastic for inspiration.
— February 25, 2011