Alessandro Dell’Acqua proved that opposites attract with his No. 21 pre-fall collection. Traditional men’s wear staples, such as a double-breasted coat in camel felt and a cotton popeline shirt, were balanced by hyper-feminine pieces like fluid pants in baby pink cady and a lacy over-the-knee wool pencil skirt. Dell’Acqua also reworked sportswear with a bourgeois touch, as shown with a silk jacquard bomber in a floral, geometric pattern, paired with a knee-length fitted skirt.

Alessandro Dell’Acqua proved that opposites attract with his No. 21 pre-fall collection. Traditional men’s wear staples, such as a double-breasted coat in camel felt and a cotton popeline shirt, were balanced by hyper-feminine pieces like fluid pants in baby pink cady and a lacy over-the-knee wool pencil skirt. Dell’Acqua also reworked sportswear with a bourgeois touch, as shown with a silk jacquard bomber in a floral, geometric pattern, paired with a knee-length fitted skirt.

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