“We took the shapes from the Forties and matched them with Sixties-inspired colors,” said Roberto Rimondi. He and Tommaso Aquilano also had Hawaii on their minds, translating the inspiration into colorful orchid prints. A host of fluid floral or color-blocked silk crepe pleated dresses with detachable collars in contrasting hues or black-and-white spots were the building blocks of the collection, which Aquilano described as “wearable and fit for different women.” The Hawaiian-inspired pattern also adorned a panama cotton pencil skirt worn with a bra and a cropped jacket in the same fabric, while a more abstract variation of the same motif was shown on a short-sleeve silk shirt paired with a knee-length skirt.

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