Gabriele Colangelo looked to Italian abstract artist Alberto Burri and his three-dimensional collages in wood, iron and plastic for inspiration this season. The intriguing results were clashing textures and bold volcanic colors that contrasted effectively against sophisticated silhouettes. Outerwear included lightweight astrakhan, bouclé and fur hybrids, some with discreet gold foil collars, while coats and V-neck shifts were formed from mismatched engineered fabrics and fur, flocked prints and shimmering metallic layers.

Gabriele Colangelo looked to Italian abstract artist Alberto Burri and his three-dimensional collages in wood, iron and plastic for inspiration this season. The intriguing results were clashing textures and bold volcanic colors that contrasted effectively against sophisticated silhouettes. Outerwear included lightweight astrakhan, bouclé and fur hybrids, some with discreet gold foil collars, while coats and V-neck shifts were formed from mismatched engineered fabrics and fur, flocked prints and shimmering metallic layers.

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