Fashion meets sports meets luxury sums up the most comprehensive and exclusive Jet Set lineup to date.
“I’m finally seeing it coming together,” said the upbeat chief executive officer, Massimo Suppancig, who has been meticulously working on returning luster to the brand.
Standout pieces included an Eighties-style safari jacket, entirely hand painted with a camouflage pattern, and a silk windbreaker with a detachable terry cloth cardigan in contrasting hues such as red and turquoise. These were juxtaposed with dressier piece-dyed deconstructed blazers in jersey, which were bonded with terry cloth on the inside.
Italian craftsmanship remained at the forefront with fitted cotton sweaters that were manually spray dyed on the inside with an ombre effect, or hand-sponged.
Pop Art colors – from yellow to green and orange; comic-strips-like graphics on T-shirts, and bright re- editions of the Jet Set star logo contributed to the sunny, Miami-chic mood.