Sardinian designer Silvio Betterelli’s intriguing first Milan runway show worked natural elements such as cork wood prints into sharp, linear silhouettes and sassy shoes, while natural-colored stones and metallic slivers added an eye-catching texture to the collection’s water-inspired palette.

Sardinian designer Silvio Betterelli’s intriguing first Milan runway show worked natural elements such as cork wood prints into sharp, linear silhouettes and sassy shoes, while natural-colored stones and metallic slivers added an eye-catching texture to the collection’s water-inspired palette.

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