Creative director Rossella Jardini banned colors from this collection, instead focusing on black-and-white volumes. She revisited the classic tuxedo in an irreverent way with a short-sleeve, double-breasted jacket with oversize rounded shoulders, matched with ample cropped pants. Some pieces created the illusion of separates, such as a fluid crepe de chine minidress with an attached vest, as well as a knee-length tunic that looked like a blouse and skirt.

Creative director Rossella Jardini banned colors from this collection, instead focusing on black-and-white volumes. She revisited the classic tuxedo in an irreverent way with a short-sleeve, double-breasted jacket with oversize rounded shoulders, matched with ample cropped pants. Some pieces created the illusion of separates, such as a fluid crepe de chine minidress with an attached vest, as well as a knee-length tunic that looked like a blouse and skirt.

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