Maurizio Pecoraro showed his fall collection inside his Milanese apartment, transforming it to recall the sophisticated atmosphere of Luchino Visconti’s “Boccaccio ’70.” But while the film’s protagonist, played by Romy Schneider, wore Chanel, Pecoraro’s women were dressed in Seventies-inspired bohemian looks.

Floor-length, luxurious silhouettes took center stage. A silk satin dress was paired with a crocheted robe embellished with beading and a maxi style was decorated with a cascade of crepe de chine and satin fringe.
Pecoraro also played with patchwork, using materials like alpaca and kidassia fur on an organza pullover, while a multicolored tweed print was shown on a maxi plissé skirt paired with a fringed leather jacket.

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