For his first No. 21 runway show, Alessandro Dell’Acqua translated the signature elements of his women’s wear collections into a lineup dominated by a masculine romanticism. Lace was worked for slim pants and shirts, tops and short pants in lightweight gingham fabrics were cut in fluid silhouettes and suits came in sorbet colors. These contrasted with the contemporary, skater-inspired feel of printed T-shirts and Neoprene color-blocked sweatshirts embossed with the No. 21 logo.

For his first No. 21 runway show, Alessandro Dell’Acqua translated the signature elements of his women’s wear collections into a lineup dominated by a masculine romanticism. Lace was worked for slim pants and shirts, tops and short pants in lightweight gingham fabrics were cut in fluid silhouettes and suits came in sorbet colors. These contrasted with the contemporary, skater-inspired feel of printed T-shirts and Neoprene color-blocked sweatshirts embossed with the No. 21 logo.

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